Women’s Health – Free Public Forum
Endometriosis – moving towards a pain free future

Thursday, 5 October 2017
6.30pm – 8.30pm

Museum Theatre
Melbourne Museum
11 Nicholson Street
Carlton, VIC

What is it about?

Join us to learn more about endometriosis and the latest research addressing some of the the key issues facing women and teenagers with this condition. An expert panel, moderated by Dr Bernie Hobbs, (ABC Science) will discuss endometriosis – causes, symptoms, diagnoses and treatment and current research addressing key priority areas.    Read more, flyer


The Ritchie Centre Colloquium 2017
New Directions in Endometriosis & Women’s Health Research

5-6 October, 2017

Level 2, Seminar rooms 1 and 2
Translational Research Facility (TRF Building)
45 Kanooka Grove
Clayton, VIC

What is it about?

The 2017 Ritchie Centre Colloquium, titled ‘New Directions in Endometriosis & Women’s Health’, will explore innovative research in endometriosis and women’s health, with presentations from leading Australian and international experts in the field.

Thursday, October 5 will focus on world-leading endometriosis research, culminating in a free public forum on endometriosis at the Melbourne Museum in the evening.

Friday, October 6 will feature research from scientists in women’s health areas including infertility, pregnancy conditions, gynaecological cancers and pelvic organ prolapse.

The Ritchie Centre aims to improve the health of women and children through innovative research that informs better healthcare.


Colloquium program.


Student Open Days 2017
Real Science. Real People. Real Outcomes

Progress your research degree in biomedicine and clinical sciences to the next level and beyond. Come along to discover why we offer the best place to do your  Honours, Masters or PhD.

Day 1: Overview

Tuesday, 19 September
4.30pm – 6.30pm
Monash University
Banquet Hall
Campus Centre, Clayton

Day 2: Meet the supervisor/facility tour

Wednesday, 20 September
4.00pm – 6.30pm
Translational Research Facility
MHRP Building (foyer)
43-51 Kanooka Grove, Clayton. Map

Free events, including pizza and drinks.



Next Big Idea Award

PhD students and ECRs: In under four minutes, pitch your Next Big Idea for commercialising research to a panel of industry and academic experts.

$2,200 prizes to be awarded for commercial potential and innovation.

–  Learn about biomedical research commercialisation
–  Fast track your career
–  Network with other entrepreneurs
–  Help patients

More information
Next Big Idea Award Guidelines
Next Big Idea Award Application Form
Next Big Idea Award Advertising Flyer


Pitch Day
Thursday, 17 August, 2-4pm, Translational Research Facility, Level 2, Seminar Rooms 1 and 2.
Competition and Awards.