28 January 20172.00pm - 3.45pm
To coincide with summer exhibition Nude: Art From The Tate Collection, the University of Sydney's Power Institute is partnering with the Art Gallery of NSW on a double lecture addressing the nude in art and culture.
31 January 201710.00am - 11.00am
In this Brain & Mind Centre seminar, Dr. Inga D. Neumann from the University of Regensburg (Germany) will discuss oxytocin. Specifically times of naturally high oxytocin activity such as during sexual activity and oxytocin as a treatment for autism, schizophrenia and anxiety disorders.
31 January 20174.00pm - 6.00pm
Join us for our annual Friends of the Nicholson Museum Cream Tea and Lecture, 'The Icon of Dionysus' by Professor Eric Csapo.
31 January 20176.30pm - 7.45pm
As new big data technologies now allow scientists to measure cancerous tumors and take real-time scans of the active human brain, are we closer to understanding causes and providing possible cures for cancer as well as understanding the complexities of the human brain? Dr Genevera Allen explains.
3 February 201712.30am - 2.00pm
Visiting Professor Helen Killaspy from University College London will present ‘Evidence for specialist services for people with complex psychosis.’
4 February 20172.00pm - 3.00pm
Join us at the Nicholson Museum for the first free lecture in our new Saturday series 'Postcards from the Past'.
6 February 201710.00am - 6.00pm
The summer school introduces physical scientists, engineers, clinicians, biologists and non-scientists to biomedical systems and terminology relevant to nanobiotechnology and biomedical engineering, and showcases current applications and new developments in bionanotechnology.
6 February 20176.30pm - 8.30pm
Paul Mason, former Economics Editor at Channel 4 and now writer and broadcaster on economics and social justice, will detail that we live in a time when it is easier to imagine the end of the world through ecological deterioration than it is to imagine the end of capitalism.
7 February 20171.00pm - 2.00pm
Universal Outcomes of Older Adults: Multiple Conditions and Medications, Disability, and Healthcare Utilisation
In this presentation, Professor Allore will explore important patient-centered universal outcomes of self-rated health, function, hospitalisation, nursing home admission and death. She will discuss how guideline medications impact on important universal outcomes among older adults with multiple chro
8 February 20179.00am - 4.00pm
Coding and Categorization, Critical Realism, Realist Evaluation, Digital Strategies, Skills for the Effective Academic, Grant writing, Grounded Theory, Publishing, Social Media, Systematic Reviews of Qualitative Research, Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research, Effective Qualitative Interviewing.