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Connected Conversations | Kimberly Charlton

Kimberly Charlton

Kimberly Charlton’s love of science, unwavering determination and wanting to help others has seen her grow and excel in her career in Occupational Therapy.

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Connected Conversations | Tony Cambareri

Tony Cambareri

An interest in science since childhood led Tony Cambareri to an early career in medical research and after a brief period away Tony’s heart led him back to health where he has worked over the last thirty years. 

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Connected Conversations | Zohra Lassi

Zohra Lassi

From her early days in research, when she took a research position studying the community-based maternal and newborn packages in Pakistan, Zohra Lassi has been driven to help those who need it most. Her early experience sparked a passion for research that not only shapes global health guidelines but has the power to transform entire communities.

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Connected Conversations | Laura Eadie

Dr Laura Eadie

In geographical terms, Dr Laura Eadie has come full circle. After undertaking a Bachelor of Science at the University of Adelaide, she moved to Memphis to pursue a Fulbright fellowship looking at mouse models of leukaemia before returning to Adelaide, where she now leads the T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (T-ALL) group at SAHMRI

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Connected Conversations | Stephen Tormet

Stephen Tormet

In the bustling world of faculty events, there's one individual who can always be found working quietly behind-the-scenes to ensure every detail falls seamlessly into place. Today, we shine a light on the person who keeps all our events running like clockwork—Faculty Events Officer, Steve Tormet.

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Connected Conversations | Taseef Farook

Taseef Farook

Taseef Farook is a man of many talents—and infectious enthusiasm! A qualified dentist and recipient of the International Student of the Year Award in 2023, Taseef is currently undertaking a PhD blending artificial intelligence and the dynamics of the human jaw. He is also an emerging entrepreneur and founder of the Dental Loop, an initiative that aims to apply classic and cutting-edge AI techniques to enhance diagnostic support and patient engagement. On weekends, Taseef enjoys getting outside and discovering Adelaide’s many picturesque hikes—like the Mt Osmond lookout, with 360 degree views across Adelaide.

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Healthy Societies FAME Strategy End of Year Event

On Wednesday the 13th of Dec, staff from across the University gathered to for an end of year event to celebrate the achievements of the Healthy Societies FAME Strategy at the National Wine Centre.

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Connected Conversations | Danny Liew

Danny Liew

An illustrious career in medical education and clinical epidemiology led Danny Liew to Adelaide to take up joint appointments as a consultant physician at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and at the University as Dean of Medicine and Head of Adelaide Medical School. Arriving in January 2022 amid pandemic-related disruptions meant Danny had to hit the ground running… and he hasn’t stopped since! In the moments Danny isn’t working, you can find him cheering on his beloved Western Bulldogs, adding to his encyclopaedic knowledge of sports trivia, plotting road trips around Australia and visiting beautiful beaches.

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An Dieu Trang Nguyen awarded inaugural David Beale scholarship in prostate cancer research

Pictured left to right: Professor Lisa Butler, Ms An Nguyen and Dr Shanice Mah

The South Australian immunoGENomics Cancer Institute (SAiGENCI) congratulates PhD student Ms An Dieu Trang Nguyen on being awarded the inaugural David Beale Supplementary Scholarship in Prostate Cancer Research.

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Travel Grants Support Julia and Deanna showcase PhD research in Europe

Deanna Eacr

Final year PhD students Deanna Miller and Julia Scott each received travel awards from the University of Adelaide’s Graduate Research School and Adelaide Medical School that have enabled them to travel to Europe to visit collaborators and present their research at an international cancer conference.

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