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The Lowitja conference attracts an international audience, committed to sharing knowledge for the health and wellbeing of First Nations peoples around the world. The conference runs over three days (14-16 June) and brings together people working for the health and wellbeing of Indigenous peoples. A/Prof. Karla CanutoProf. Jaquelyne Hughes and A/Prof. Kootsy Canuto are leading the Flinders contingent of ECMAs contributing to this year’s conference.

‘Developing your research career strategy’, hosted by RED Hub and the EMCA community of Practice, is a chance for EMCAs & student researchers to hear from an expert panel about ways to build your research career strategy. Panel includes: Simon Brennan (Chief Research Development Officer), Prof Sophie Leterme (Director of ARC Industry Transformation Training Centre for Biofilms, CSE). Click here for further details.

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EMCAs polishing their pitches, 16 May

EMCAs took to the pub on Tuesday 16 May, where we heard elevator pitches from Dr. Joshua TriggDr. Molla WassieDr. Amy Wyatt, and Bradley Menz. Keep an eye out for details for our upcoming event in August!

Good stuff

Dr. Dhani Dharmaprani was on the cover of RAA’s latest edition of SA Move magazine, with an editorial on her research in the cardiac signals lab and her passion for fostering diversity in STEM.

Congratulations to Dr. Noralyn Manucat-Tan, Dr. Amy Wyatt and team for their recent publication in Redox biology and to Dr. Bryce Brickley and team for their recent publication in Australian Health Review.

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