Driving New Opportunities for Health and Quality of Life as a Whole of Community Commitment – Alan Trounson
Finding a cure for HIV – dream or reality? – Professor Sharon Lewin
Brain structure, brain dynamics and brain initiatives: Cross-currents in neuroscience – Dr Partha Mitra
Life sciences research in an era of unrestrained opportunity and constrained resources – Professor Keith Yamamoto
Controlling electrical brain storms with electricity – Professor Dominique Durand
Using genetics to save lives – Professor Ingrid Winship
Can we be smarter than a coccolithophore? – Tiff Walsh
Perceiving the World – Professor Alan Yuile
Professor Warwick Anderson – Who benefits? A question about the future of health and medical research
Chris Hovens – Dead Men do tell tales: the unnatural history of seven lethal prostate cancer cases
Allan Jones – A map of the Brain
Announcement: The 2013 Graeme Clark Oration
Owen Gaffney: The geology of humanity – The power of data to change our worldview
2012 David Penington Lecture delivered by Associate Professor Christine Jorm, University of Sydney, on 16 September 2012, at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Mr Graham Cameron – Global Biomolecular Infrastructure and Potential Australian Roles.
Professor Brian Litt delivered his presentation: Flexible, active brain-computer interfaces for epilepsy on 13 September.
Professor Dame Linda Partridge delivered the 2012 Graeme Clark Oration.
Professor Roger Ordidge, Biomedical Imaging Using MRI
Professor Michael Stumpf, Systems and Technological Challenges to Personalized Medicine
Edmund Crampin is Associate Professor and Associate Director Postgraduate at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute
Professor Phil Hodgkin head of the Immunology Division at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Melbourne.
Professor Geoffrey Donnan. Director, Florey Neuroscience Institutes
Professor Peter Taylor. Director, Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative
Professor Rob Shepherd. Director, Bionics Institute