Seminars are held in the Anatomy building north seminar room (1.81) @ 1pm on Tuesdays unless advised
Coin operated visitor parking is available between Hackett Entrances 1 and 2.
City of Subiaco controlled riverside parking is also available.
Enquiries: 6488 3313
The Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology seminar program presenters are a mix of interesting people from outside the School, combined with academics and postdocs as well as PhD students from within the School of Human Sciences.
2017 First Semester Seminars
22 February (Wed) Roy D. Bloebaum, Research Professor University of Utah Orthopaedic Center
Science and commercialization 28 February Geoffrey Hammond, Professor Department of Cellular & Physiological Sciences, The University of British Columbia
Plasma steroid-binding proteins: Gatekeepers of steroid hormone action 7 March Caitlin Wyrwoll, LecturerSchool of Human Sciences, The University of Western Australia
Placental origins of adult health and disease14 March Alison Behie, Senior LecturerCollege of Arts and Social Sciences, Australian National University
The timing of stress: understanding adaptation in changing environments21 March Katja Geschke, Veterinarian Perth Zoo
Lifestyle Diseases in Primates in Human Care: Type 2 diabetes management in several primate species 28 March Carla Mellough, Brian King Post-Doctoral FellowHarry Perkins Institute for Medical Research
Making useful human retina in vitro 9 May Alexander Larcombe, Associate ProfessorRespiratory Environmental Health, Telethon Institute
The respiratory health effects of electronic cigarettes 16 May Gavin Pinniger, Senior LecturerSchool of Human Sciences, The University of Western Australia
The impact of clinically relevant antenatal and postnatal exposures on diaphragm function in preterm lambs 23 May Raymond Lam, PhDSchool of Human Sciences, The University of Western Australia
How epidemiological research can improve health from a dental perspective30 May Dan Franklin, Associate ProfessorCentre for Forensic Anthropology, School of Human Sciences, The University of Western Australia
Forensic anthropology in the modern era