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Sunday28 February 2021

Sharna Jamadar

Dr Sharna Jamadar is one of the first researchers to complete our console operator training. She undertook the training at Monash Biomedical Imaging (MBI) and finished earlier in 2014. In late May we had a chat with her about the training. Here is what she had to say:

  1. About
  2. MRI use
  3. Value of the training
  4. Experience of the training
  5. Thanks for your time

Professor Lawrence Wald, PhD to Give Keynote Presentation at VBIC Network Meeting

VBIC will be holding its 2014 annual network meeting on 17 October 2014.

A highlight will be the keynote presentation from Professor Lawrence Wald.

The meeting will be held at the Howard Florey Institutes Lecture Theatre in Parkville. We'll bring you an update on VBIC activities (including the impact our resources are having on the sector), as well as research outcomes across the five nodes.

Tweet @VicBioImaging or #vbicnm2014 to connect with us about the event on twitter.

Eventbrite - VBIC Network Meeting

*Note we previously announced the date of 15 October 2014 - but made changes due to a number of clashes with other key imaging events.

The recent partnership between the AFL and NFL - focused on head injury, concussion and mental illness - has led the AFL to commit funding to an unlimited number of brain scans for retired footballers.

Throughout 2014, Monash Biomedical Imaging (the Clayton Node of VBIC) and a closely affiliated School of the Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences (The School of Psychological Sciences, SPS), will hold a joint seminar on the last Friday of each month. The seminars are free to attend. The full list of speakers can be viewed on the SPS website.

Monash Biomedical Imaging (MBI) is currently recruiting prospective participants to include their details in our MRI Volunteer Database.