The 4th Bootes Course on Translational Medicine: The Pathway from Discovery to Healthcare

From Monday 15-Thursday 18 July 2013, The John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) at The Australian National University, will host the 4th  Bootes Course on Translational Medicine: The Pathway from Discovery to Healthcare.

Local, national and international experts will cover a full range of topics including:

  • The Foundations of Translational Medicine
  • Bench to Bedside – Bedside to Clinic
  • Translation of New Discoveries into Healthcare Guidelines and Health Policy
  • Global Health: The Last Frontier of Translational Medicine

This course will be ideally geared for those in health related industries – including staff from Government Departments and Agencies – as well as academics in the biomedical, clinical and health sciences, and would also suit current Higher Degree Research students in health related fields. The Course will run as a stand-alone Short Course, or can be completed as an intensive component of a graduate studies program at The Australian National University.

Program

Course downloads

 

 

Registration for this course is free for all ANU staff and students.  

For more information please contact:  Dr Madeleine Nicol T 02 6125 2577 E madeleine.nicol@anu.edu.au    

 

Date & time

8.30am 15 July – 5.30pm 18 July 2013

Location

Seminar Room 1, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, Building 131, Garran Road, ANU

Contacts

 Dr Madeleine Nicol
 02 6125 2577

Updated:  15 December 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, JCSMR/Page Contact:  Web Manager