Jeremy Krebs Inaugural Professorial Lecture
On Wednesday, 12 June 2019 Professor Jeremy Krebs gave his Inaugural Professorial lecture (IPL) on ‘From haggis to hāngi: Are we what we eat?’.
Louise Signal Inaugural Professorial Lecture
On Wednesday, 10 October 2018 Professor Louise Signal gave her Inaugural Professorial lecture (IPL) on ‘People, Power and Politics: Insights from an Anthropologist at Home’.
Sue Pullon Inaugural Professorial Lecture
On Tuesday 1 August, 2017 Professor Sue Pullon, gave her Inaugural Professorial lecture (IPL) on ‘Competence, respect and trust: hallmarks of collaborative practice?’.
Nick Wilson Inaugural Professorial Lecture
On Tuesday 30 August, 2016 Professor Nick Wilson, gave his Inaugural Professorial lecture (IPL) on ‘Beyond Death and Taxes: A Public Health Perspective'.
Diana Sarfati Inaugural Professorial Lecture
On Thursday 5 May, 2016 Professor Diana Sarfati, co-Director of Public Health Dept, gave her Inaugural Professorial lecture (IPL) on 'Uneven playing fields: Cancer care and outcomes'.
Dean's Open Lecture - Laureate Professor Ingrid Scheffer
Laureate Professor Ingrid Scheffer is a physician-scientist whose work as a paediatric neurologist and epileptologist at the University of Melbourne has led the field of epilepsy genetics over more than 20 years.
Dean's Open Lecture - Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman
Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman is director of the He Kainga Oranga/Housing and Health Research Programme which was awarded the 2014 Prime Minister's Science Prize. Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman's Housing matters for health lecture is part of the Dean's Open Lecture Series and this is our opportunity to honour their extraordinary contribution.
Dean's Open Lecture - Professor Frances Ashcroft
Frances Ashcroft is a Royal Society Research Professor at the University of Oxford and director of OXION, a training and research programme on the physiology of ion channels. Her ground-breaking research has shown how changes in blood glucose levels regulate insulin secretion from the pancreas and how this process is impaired in type 2 diabetes.
Te Reo Māori – Pivotal for Health & Well-being
Dr Te Huirangi Waikerepuru – talks about the impact of colonisation in health and the pivotal importance of Te Reo Māori in physical, cultural and spiritual restoration of Mouri that is fundamental to health and well-being.
Professor Michael Baker's Inaugural Professorial Lecture
Professor Dawn Elder's Inaugural Professorial Lecture
Dr Di McCarthy - Contemporary roles of Learned Societies
UOW Dean’s Open Lecture Series, 14 August 2013
Professor Peter Doherty - Lecture The Killer Defence
UOW Lecture, 21 May 2013
Dalton Kelly, CEO Cancer Society of New Zealand : "Taking responsibility for cancer"
UOW Deans Lecture Series 2012, 31 July 2012
Russell Wills, Childrens' Commissioner : "How health services can reduce inequities in child health"
UOw Deans Lecture Series 2012, 11 September 2012
2011 and before
Professor Sarah Romans Inaugural Professorial Lecture 23 November 2011 (MP4)
Professor Mark Weatherall Inaugural Professorial Lecture 3 November 2011 (MP4)
Professor David Nutt : An Inconvenient Truth : drugs and government policy. 12 August 2010