The Royal Melbourne Hospital Public Lecture Series: Research at The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Friends of The Royal Melbourne Hospital (Friends of RMH) have been continuously involved with the hospital since its doors first opened on 15 March 1848.
Since those first days the Hospital has had an extensive network of individuals who have and retain a strong interest in its activities. Many of these people have provided lengthy periods of both voluntary or staff service and remain interested and committed to the Hospital.
The Friends of RMH has been established to provide a programme of events and communications about current, future activities and developments at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.
The Friends are pleased to present a series of free Public Lectures this year to provide an opportunity for our community to hear about the exciting development at the Hospital and meet some of the key medical professionals that are contributing to the care of our patients.
Please reserve a place at a forthcoming lecture by contacting our office or by our event registration.
Professor Ingrid Winship Executive Director Research and professor of Clinical Genetics
Topic : Research at The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Time : 12.00pm -2.00pm
Cost: $40 per person
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