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Tuesday 15 August 2017 3:26pm

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Light refreshments will be served at each talk

Tuesday 15 August 2017

Location: Christchurch Community House, 301 Tuam Street
Time: 6.30pm – 8.00pm (meeting room)


Mark RichardsProfessor Mark Richards

Title: Researchers as Human Guinea Pigs.
Topic: CHI Professors have put themselves on the line in the name of scientific research, come along and find out how and why.

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Anna PilbrowDr Anna Pilbrow

Title: Discovering new risk markers for heart disease in 'junk DNA'.
Topic: Are you interested in genetic links to heart disease? At this talk, discover how new genetic approaches may help identify individuals at risk of a future heart attack.

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Tuesday 12th September 2017

Location: Christchurch South Library, Beckenham,
Time: 6.30pm – 8.00pm (Sydenham Room)


Research Professor Chris Charles Chris Charles

Title: Bridging the gap between basic science and the clinic.
Topic: Find out how the CHI's pre-clinical physiology team work to discover better treatment for patients with heart disease through bridging the gap from laboratory bench to the patient clinic.

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Vicky CameronProfessor Vicky Cameron

Title: Cardiovascular risk prediction and The Healthier Lives National Science Challenge.
Topic: Predicting the heart health of New Zealander's and its importance to the government's National Science Challenge initiative.

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Tuesday 10th October 2017

Location: Christchurch South Library, Beckenham,
Time: 6.30pm – 8.00pm (Sydenham Room)


Richard TroughtonProfessor Richard Troughton

Title: Advances in treatment of heart failure and heart disease
Topic: Learn more about the latest techniques and treatments in heart health.

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Chris PembertonAssociate Professor Chris Pemberton

Title: Measuring proteins and peptides in blood to assist cardiology decision making
Topic: Find out about what the scientists see in the blood that have led to world-leading research breakthroughs.

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