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Research Guide – Giving Presentations and Lectures

It is a normal and expected skill for a surgeon or clinician to be able to give an extended presentation at a conference or seminar. While presenters usually take considerable care to prepare their talk, it is a common experience that many conference presentations are hard to understand and lack clarity. Thus, a talk that …

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NSAHSC Kolling Institute webinar – Fast Track Impact

NSAHSC and the Kolling Institute will be hosting the renowned Fast Track Your Research Impact course with Professor Mark Reed  from Newcastle University, UK. This will be a 3-hour webinar giving in-depth guidance on everything you need to generate and fund real-world impacts from your research. The training is based on the latest research evidence and takes a unique …

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Research Officer Profile: Dr Julian Quinn

I am the SERT Institute Research Officer. My role is to provide support for research projects undertaken in the surgical departments at the Royal North Shore Hospital. In that role, I assist with study design, human research ethics applications, funding applications, statistical advice and the editing of manuscripts. An important part of my job is …

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The Tumour Bank section on the Kolling Institute website is now live!

The Kolling Institute Tumour Bank has developed a large and valuable resource to assist research and improve health outcomes. The team manages human biospecimens for a broad range of cancer research. The tumour bank is a joint venture between the University of Sydney and the Royal North Shore Hospital, Northern Sydney Local Health District. For more information contact …

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SERT Academic Leads Meeting – Thank you

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for attending a very successful Academics Leads meeting on Monday 26 October. Not only did we have a record attendance and positive feedback on the night, we have continued to receive positive comments from surgeons that attended in person and via Skype on the days that …

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Updates regarding the supervision of Higher Degree by Research students.

The Director of Graduate Research at the University of Sydney, Ross Coleman, has provided an update on the changes made this year which affect HDR (Higher Degree by Research) students. This update is important reading for current research supervisors and for those considering taking on this role. These changes aim to improve the student’s research …

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