Seminar/Forum

2021 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture
25 Aug

2021 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture

The 2021 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture will be held on Wednesday 25 August 2021.
2021 MHIQ Lecture Series - COVID-19: What happened, what is next and what research is happening on the Gold Coast?
18 Feb

2021 MHIQ Lecture Series - COVID-19: What happened, what is next and what research is happening on the Gold Coast?

2021 MHIQ Lecture Series: Professor Nigel McMillan presents - COVID-19: What happened, what is next and what research is happening on the Gold Coast? The lecture will provide a wide-ranging review of COVID-19 to bring participants up to date on all things COVID.

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Sir Samuel Griffith Lecture 2020
17 Nov

Sir Samuel Griffith Lecture 2020

Presented by The Honourable Susan Kiefel AC
Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia
Making sense of America - the election and beyond
29 Oct

Making sense of America - the election and beyond

In the next instalment of Griffith University and HOTA's A better future for all conversation series, join renowned journalist Kerry O'Brien and former United States Ambassador to Australia Jeff Bleich as they discuss the impending US election and what is at stake.
Living with the land, learning from the past
08 Oct

Living with the land, learning from the past

Join renowned journalist Kerry O'Brien and celebrated Indigenous author Bruce Pascoe as they explore the way Bruce's critically acclaimed book 'Dark Emu: Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident?' challenges conventional thinking about the First Australians as hunter gatherers.
2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Women and Cardiovascular Disease
08 Oct

2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Women and Cardiovascular Disease

2020 MHIQ Lecture Series: Professor Gita Mishra will present Women and Cardiovascular Disease. Emerging evidence increasingly points to associations between reproductive characteristics and the risk of cardiovascular disease, that are in addition to the effects of established risk factors such as health behaviours and bodyweight. A ​summary of results from our research on the type1, age at menopause2, and reproductive lifespan3 and incident non-fatal cardiovascular disease events.

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