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Koadlow Lecture

The possibility that stem cells could be used to treat osteoarthritis and many other conditions has captured our imagination. But what exactly are stem cells and how could they work to reduce pain and increase mobility? Importantly, how close are we to such treatments becoming a reality?

Join us at this FREE forum to learn about the latest research using stem cells and have your questions answered by University of Melbourne’s Associate Professor Megan Munsie.

Over the course of her 20 year career Megan has combined her scientific expertise – gained through working in academia and industry – with a deep understanding of the issues associated stem cell research and its clinical translation. She has co-authored numerous educational resources for the public, health and educational professionals; contributed to the development of policy at a domestic and international level; and regularly provides advice and information to Australian patient advocacy groups and community members on stem cell science and associated issues.

Join us for what promises to be a stimulating conversation about the science behind the headlines.

When: Wednesday 11 October 2017, 6.00 – 7.30pm (doors open at 5.15pm)

Where: Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria Conference Centre, 179 La Trobe St, Melbourne (Entry No.3)

Registrations: This is a free public lecture, but bookings are required.

To reserve your seat or for more information contact: Helen Koutsimanis | Phone: 03 8531 8045 | Email:


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