INSTITUTE FOR GLYCOMICS GRAND BALL
Including special feature comedy act by Arj Barker
Join us for an unforgettable night of entertainment, while we raise funds for the Institute’s ground-breaking research into finding new cures and preventions for childhood diseases of global impact.
- When: Saturday 12 October 2019, 7 pm to midnight
- Where: RACV Royal Pines Resort, Grand Ballroom
- Cost: $220 per person including GST or $2,000 including GST for table of 10
- Dress Code: Black Tie
- Pre-dinner canapés
- A delicious three course meal
- A five-hour beverage package (beer, red wine, white wine, sparkling wine & soft drinks)
- Entertainment from the Hanlon Brothers
- Special feature comedy act from Arj Barker
- Exciting raffle prizes
- Live & silent auction
To book tickets, click here.
We would like to thank our 2019 Event Partners: Principal Partner - Kollosche; Major Partners - Porsche Centre Gold Coast; Morse Building Consultancy and VO Creative Agency; Media/Support Partners - Gold Coast Bulletin, 9 News Gold Coast, and Luke Marsden Photography.
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THREE MINUTE THESIS COMPETITION
The Institute for Glycomics invites you to join us for our 2019 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition on Tuesday 20 August at 6 pm in our Lecture Theatre (Gold Coast Campus, Building G26, Room 4.09).
3MT is an academic competition that challenges Higher Degree Research candidates to describe their research within three minutes in a language that can be easily understood by a non-specialist audience. The winner of these Heats will go on to compete in the Griffith University Final on 11 September 2019.
Please stay on afterwards to enjoy some light refreshments and meet our students and other researchers.
Students & Presentations
- Vimbaishe Chibanga presenting "We love sugars.... viruses do too!”
- Hadieh Eslampanah presenting "Sugar-based drug for cancer"
- Jack Everson presenting “Making candy for bugs"
- Eugene Madzokere presenting "The menacing pair"
- Joanna Musik presenting “Shutting the door on antibiotic resistance
- Zachary Phillips presenting "Pneumococcus rolls the dice"
- Olivia Tan presenting "Finding the map: The road to drug discovery"
- Oren Cooper presenting “Microengineering novel approaches for the early detection of cancer"
For catering purposes RSVPs are required by Thursday 15 August. For further information please contact email@example.com or 07 5552 8051.
TELEDERMATOLOGY AND 3D SKIN SURFACE IMAGING
Presenter: Professor H. Peter Soyer, Chair in Dermatology, Director, Dermatology Research Centre, The University of Queensland, Diamantina Institute, Director, Dermatology Department, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane
Date: Friday 16 August, 11.00 am
Venue: Institute for Glycomics, Griffith University Gold Coast campus, Lecture Theatre (G26 4.09)
Melanoma incidence continues to increase across many populations globally and there is significant mortality associated with advanced disease highlighting the need for improved early detection. Recent research has shown that the application of modern telecommunications and imaging technologies have enormous potential to transform current standard practice. Teledermatology through video conferencing, mobile dermoscopy attachments and data store-and-forward services promises to improve healthcare outcomes, especially in remote areas with limited access to specialists. Emerging 3D skin surface imaging technology generates high-fidelity 3D avatars of a patient’s skin for more efficient comparison to better identify developing lesions. The ACRF-supported Australian Centre for Excellence in Melanoma Imaging and Diagnosis (ACEMID), led by the University of Queensland together with the University of Sydney and Monash University, will be implementing these technologies and validating new healthcare practices to achieve the vision of a world without melanoma.