Tilman Ruff is Associate Professor in the School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne; and medical advisor, International Program, Australian Red Cross. A public health and infectious diseases physician, he serves as a Co-President of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (Nobel Peace Prize 1985), and was founding Chair of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN). Tilman was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia 'for service to the promotion of peace as an advocate for the abolition of nuclear weapons, and to public health through the promotion of immunisation programs in the South-East Asia – Pacific region'.
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From Vaccine to Cure: The Road to Viral Hepatitis EliminationSymposium
Registration is now open for this year's World Hepatitis Day Symposium – From Vaccine to Cure: The Road to Viral Hepatitis Elimination. As the global movement against viral hepatitis is gaining momentum, World Hepatitis Day 2017 will be an oppor...PresentersAssociate Professor Heidi DrummerProfessor Seng Gee LimMs Jennifer MacLachlan Associate Professor Tilman RuffDr Renae WalshProfessor Fabien Zoulim