2022 School of Public Health Research Symposium
- Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2022, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Location: G030 Lecture Theatre, Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building
- Cost: Free
- More information: REGISTER
You are invited to spend the day with the School of Public Health’s researchers at our annual Research Symposium, which showcases the diversity of research in public health. This is a free event. Register before 24th November to reserve your place. Lunch will be provided.
Professor Helen Marshall AM
MBBS DCH MPH MD FPHAA FAHMS
2022 SA Australian of the Year and Woman of the Year
Professor Marshall AM is a clinician researcher and NHMRC Practitioner Fellow with specialist training in child health, public health and vaccinology. She is a Consultant and Professor in Vaccinology at the Adelaide Medical School and the inaugural Clinical Research Director, Women’s and Children’s Health Network. She is a Child and Adolescent Health theme leader and Deputy Director of the Robinson Research Institute at The University of Adelaide, South Australia. She is the Medical Director of the Vaccinology and Immunology Research Trials Unit, VIRTU, at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and Research Leader, Vaccines and Infectious Diseases Group in the Robinson Research Institute. She has previously been a member of the ATAGI, which advises the Federal Minister of Health on immunisation for the National Immunisation Program and currently undergoes vaccine evaluations for the ATAGI. Prof Marshall has published over 230 peer-reviewed papers in international journals and received > $35 million in grant funding. She was awarded the NHMRC “10 of the Best” research projects in 2016, the SA Science Award for Excellence in Research for the Public Good in 2011, the SA Science Award for Excellence in Research Collaboration in 2019 and a Member of the Order of Australia in 2022. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. She is the 2022 SA Australian of the Year, SA Woman of the Year and Office of the Commissioner for Public Sector Employment Leader of the Year.
The Dr Teresa Burgess Oration
"Community views on the use of Smart Technologies for ageing well"
given by Dr Jackie Street
Additional presentations by:
Professor John Lynch
Dr Adriana Milazzo
Associate Professor Zachary Munn