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Jacqueline Savard
Researcher exploring personal genomics in Australia, lecturer at Deakin University and baker extraordinaire during times of high stress
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Sydney Health Ethics Nov 13
Join us for the Harris Student Fellowship Showcase: art about grief, a medical humanities podcast series, and much more. 10am, 29 Nov at University of Sydney
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Like the article says (and an important point) ‘those wealthy enough’ to pursue. Several issues to think about!
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Ethics in Bricks Nov 13
"You can't really change the heart without telling a story." - Martha Nussbaum
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Deakin Media Nov 11
. bioethicist Evie Kendal on the future of sex, pregnancy and pleasure in the 21st Century. >>>> via
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PhD Representatives @ MPI Dev. Biology Nov 10
Are you looking for female scientist to invite as keynote speakers or that work in a particular area? Check this women scientist database! 💪
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Kyle Powys Whyte Nov 10
Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack of Settler Privilege
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Deakin Health Ethics Nov 9
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Neera Bhatia Nov 8
My review has now been published by the based on some of the recent high profile cases in the U.K: Disagreements in the care of critically ill children: emerging issues in a changing landscape. I hope those interested in this area find it to be beneficial.
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National Human Genome Research Institute Nov 8
The Key to a Long Life Has Little to Do With ‘Good Genes’ via
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Meg Brayshaw Nov 7
👏 stop 👏 glorifying 👏 overwork 👏 in 👏 academia. ‘I marked 500 essays, wrote 16 chapters, taught 26 classes, slept less than 3 hours a night & destroyed all my significant relationships’ IS NOT SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF. Thnx from your (very tired) friendly neighbourhood ECR.
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Cynthia Forlini Nov 7
Seeking healthcare professionals for a study evaluating an e-learning tool on performance and image enhancing drugs. Study run by me and funded by a and partnership for projects on mental health, drugs and alcohol comorbidity.
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Dedcena (Evie K) Nov 5
Just gave my first lecture to the optometry students! Attendance very good despite competing with some sort of animal race? @deakin_optom
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Brenda J Wilson Nov 4
And the evidence is so incredibly clear that knowing personal ‘genomic risk’ makes no darned difference to personal lifestyle habits. Spending massive $$$ £££ pointlessly. We know how to promote population health, and it requires neither genomics, big data nor AI.
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Rebecca Nagle Nov 2
Cherokee citizenship determined by Dawes Rolls, not DNA tests.
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Angus Andersen Nov 2
INUIT HISTORY (Labrador): For all interested and following my twitter, here is the "Labrador dialect Alphabets. This was introduced to us by the Moravian Church win the 1800's. Before then, we had only oral history.
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Amelia Smit Nov 2
So proud of my mentor and supervisor Outstanding Cancer Research Fellow. So well deserved & and an inspiration
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Deakin Health Ethics Nov 1
The live session is done - make sure you tune in to the recording November 11!
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Alfred Deakin Inst. Nov 1
.'s 2018 will be delivered by award-winning author of 'Romulus, My Father' and moral philosopher Professor Raimond Gaita - "Different Ways of Saying 'We'" Registrations:
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Kim TallBear Oct 29
are you up for some ultra Canada content through an Indigenous lens? listen to our episode part 2.
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Deakin University Oct 25
The question of whether a person can "become" Aboriginal after discovering ancestry through a DNA test is more complicated in Australia. Read more: via
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