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The Faculty of Health Sciences at UCT has the oldest medical school in Southern Africa.
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UCT Health Sciences 2h
Call For Abstracts: Undergraduate Research Day 10 Oct 2019
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UCT Admissions 15h
Just 10 days to go before our applications for undergraduate admission in 2020 close. Please submit online by 31 July.
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ICTS at UCT Jul 20
Please note that today is a scheduled maintenance slot and that no ICT services will be available between 9am and 5pm
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UCT 17h
UCT Vice-Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng will receive an honorary degree from the University of Bristol on Monday, 22 July 2019 at 17:00 SAST. Watch the live stream here:
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UCT Health Sciences Jul 18
ATT: Staff and Students Please join us on Tuesday, 23 July 2019, for a presentation to the Faculty regarding the findings of the mental health study in the New Learning Centre from 6pm.
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UCT Health Sciences Jul 17
PRESS RELEASE: New funding to support research and training in Gender and HIV in UCT’s Division of Social and Behavioural Sciences Health and Family Medicine
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UCT Health Sciences Jul 17
Best Publication Awards for postgraduates and early career scientists. Applications close 16 August 2019
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UCT Health Sciences Jul 15
- Make cigarette butts biodegradable and clean them up! Sign the petition here
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CRI UCT Jul 10
visiting the Prince LAB So great to see the work going on here & hearing the rumblings of between PG students from diverse departments!
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CRI UCT Jul 15
One week to go for the seminar Don't forget to register before 25 July 2019!
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NSTF Jul 9
Getting to know our award winners TW Kambule-NSTF Award: Emerging Researcher Dr Hlumani Ndlovu Lecturer: Division of Chemical and Systems Biology, University of Cape Town (UCT) Read more about his work:
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CRI UCT Jul 8
Thrilled to announce that CEO and survivor Torsten Koehler will be on 25 July 2019 to share his experiences and exciting project opportunities. Don't miss out!
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CRI UCT Jul 8
Great opportunity for cancer scientists
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UCT IDM Jul 10
The Institute's Doctor Benjamin Kagina penned a piece for . The Research Officer/Vaccinologist wrote on: "How the DRC's Ebola crisis has led to children dying from measles". Read it here: @satvi2017
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UCT Health Sciences Jul 9
Meet Dr Itumeleng Ntatamala, named in the 's prestigious list of 200 Young South African trail-blazers to watch out for. Currently specialising in Occupational Medicine at UCT Faculty of Health Sciences Read more:
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UCT Health Sciences Jul 2
UCT Faculty of Health Sciences staff and students featured prominently in the Mail & Guardian's annual trailblazers list. Congratulations to Warren Lucas, Vera-Genevey Hlayisi, Dr Itumuleng Ntatamala, and Diantha Pillay.
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UCT Jun 30
Three UCT researchers – Professor Alison Lewis, Dr Hlumani Ndlovu, Professor Martine Visser – were among the excellent individuals recognised at the NSTF-South32 Awards . Read more:
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UCT DAD Jun 30
Catch alumna Amy Jephta's long-awaited play All Who Pass at on 1, 2 & 3 July in the Rhodes Box. Connect with her and other UCT alumni on
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UCT Jul 1
“Be the sunshine of life forever giving light and energy." – Sharm Naidoo, Vanguard Student Learning Centre, Faculty of Health Sciences Share your with us, we'd love to know.
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UCT Health Sciences Jul 1
UCT students & staff members are invited to attend a screening of: ‘Life is Wonderful: Mandela’s Unsung Heroes’, a documentary by Nick Stadlen featuring SA icon, anti-apartheid activist, philanthropist and UCT alumnus, Dr Denis Goldberg. Read:
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