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Published on Aug 10, 2014
Hear Professor Peter Doherty, recipient of the 1996 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, speak about the upcoming AHMRC.
Transdisciplinary research brings together researchers and stakeholders from diverse disciplines to maximise investment in health and medical research towards translation into policy and practice and to work towards solving a common scientific goal. It can involve disciplines that one would not immediately recognise as having a vital role in translating medical research into health outcomes e.g. architecture, physics or environmental science.
The AHMRC program is dynamic, cutting edge, and is designed to give researchers a career advantage. Leading scientists, from across disciplines, will gather in Melbourne to present their latest research findings on a broad spectrum of chronic diseases.
The program also includes several professional development and networking opportunities for researchers at all career stages.
Full details are on the congress website www.ahmrcongress.org.au