at the University of Melbourne
The health, safety and wellbeing of our community is our number one priority. Our events program is now online.
View our upcoming virtual events below. Find out more about the University’s COVID-19 response
Join us for a panel discussion with industry and academic experts on the translation of regenerative medicine technologies.
In this webinar, you will discover more about limitations and opportunities in regenerative medicine and how we’re translating research into clinical applications and industry solutions. Specifically, we will discuss the need for innovations in biomaterials design and manufacturing and the identification of reliable, well-characterised and ethically sound cell sources.
You can pre-submit questions to our distinguished panel during the registration process.
Children who experience prolonged exposure to trauma and abuse early in life are set on a trajectory of diminished wellbeing. This colloquium will describe how an innovative Australian intervention targeted at vulnerable children, the Early Years Education Program (EYEP), has bought large improvements in their intellectual and social development. Ideas for how EYEP might be replicated in other settings, and how the research findings can be used to inform future policy-making, will be presented.