19 Feb 2014

Yoga @ AMREP, coordinated by BakerIDI

Baker IDI has facilitated yoga classes for staff and students at AMREP at an incredibly good price with some wonderful instructors, and is now in a position to open this up to other AMREP staff and students.  Classes are held in the meeting room on the 7th floor, Baker IDI Tower on:

17 Feb 2014

Perioperative medicine Masters program and short courses in high demand

Source: Cabrini Health
2014 is the second year of running the Master of Medicine (Perioperative Medicine) program through the Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at the Alfred and Monash University, and Units are in high demand with 3 out of 4 of the core units already full for 2014. It has been very successful with positive feedback received from the first year intake of students. Admissions are currently open. The Perioperative Medicine short course is now in its fifth year, with intake numbers increasing. It has a substantial waitlist. Enrolments open in March. 2014 course dates, structure and fees are now online at www.periopmedicine.org.au

Participants sought: Hay fever treatment with oral tablet

Rye grass is a common
The Alfred Allergy Clinic is conducting a study of oral tablet treatment for hay fever. This new oral tablet dissolves in the mouth before swallowing, and the study will investigate it as an alternative to “allergy shots”. Researchers are seeking 40 patients of both Chinese and non-Chinese background. This treatment could pave the way to relief for the large number of Chinese people who develop grass pollen hay fever in Australia. See more about the Department of Allergy, Immunology and Respiratory medicine's research.

Michael Cangkrama: What underlies skin diseases?

Michael Cangkrama's research looks at skin development and diseases. His particular topic is "Analysis of the grainyhead-like genes in mammalian development and disease".  Michael is a PhD student in the Department of Medicine, in the Epidermal Development Laboratory and his supervisors are Professor Stephen Jane and Dr Charbel Darido.  To read more, visit: http://www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/education/profiles/cangkrama.html
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