Professor Nick Hastie, MRC Human Genetics Unit and Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine (Edinburgh, UK), is hosted as Distinguished Scholar by the Sydney Brenner Institute for Molecular Bioscience (SBIMB).
The Health Sciences Research Office hosts the Carnegie Fellows Symposium. The symposium provides an opportunity for Carnegie Fellows to present and highlight their research that has in part been funded by the Carnegie Corporation.
The editors and authors Rosemary Crouch, Adjunct Professor in Therapeutic Sciences, and Vivyan Alers, Wits graduate and past lecturer in Occupational Therapy, will launch the 5th Edition of their book.
Professor Graham Alexander from the School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences will be delivering his inaugural lecture, titled: Snakes – ultimate predators: extreme ecology, morphology and physiology.
The School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences presents another prestigious talk in its Alumni Talk Series that will focus on how the diversity of life on earth is under serious threat from human-related causes.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Vice-Principal, Professor Andrew Crouch, invites you and your partner to join him at Founders' Tea 2014. The guest speaker is renowned astronomer, Professor David Block.
The Wits Occupational Therapy Department will host this symposium that includes sessions on pain management, HIV management and a panel discussion on the barriers and facilitators of applying evidenced based practice into clinical settings.