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Congratulations to Dr Grace Kwok – best basic science poster presentation at IAES 2019

Dr Grace Kwok (Kolling Research Fellow 2015-18) was awarded the Dr Michael Brauckhoff Award for the best basic science/scientific poster presentation (2019) at the biannual meeting of the International Association of Endocrine Surgeons (IAES). This meeting was held as a part of the 48th International Society of Surgery World Congress for Surgery which was held …

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TS Reeve Dinner 2019

The Endocrine Surgery Unit at the World Congress for Surgery/IAES 2019

In August, current and former members of the University of Sydney Endocrine Surgery Unit (USESU) reunited in Krakow, Poland for the biannual meeting of the International Association of Endocrine Surgeons (IAES) as part of the 48th International Society of Surgery World Congress for Surgery. The IAES is dedicated to understanding the medical and non-medical challenges …

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Congratulations to Dr Aime Di Marco

Congratulations to Dr Aimee Di Marco who has completing the T.S. Reeve Fellowship in the Department of Endocrine surgery at the Royal North Shore Hospital. https://t.co/lTPgmyHl0q

NSW Health and Value Based Healthcare

NSW Health aims to provide value based healthcare centred on what matters most to patients. Value based healthcare is achieved with a focus on delivering and measuring health outcomes and using insights to further inform expenditure, clinical models and the experience of receiving and giving care.

SERT Visits the Sydney Startup Hub

The Sydney Startup Hub is a globally significant innovation centre funded by the NSW Government. It is located at Wynyard. It’s the first of its kind in Australia and is unmatched in the southern hemisphere in terms of its size and density. It offers more than 17,000 sqm across 11 floors. Importantly, it provides leading …

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HETI Golden Scalpel Games

On the 17th of August, the University of Sydney team competed in the HETI-organised Golden Scalpel Games held at the Kolling Building, Royal North Shore Hospital. The inter-university event saw some intense competition, with the final result going down right down to the wire. The team trained weekly for almost 6 months, and as a …

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