Events for 20 June, 2019

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability & Rehabilitation - Sleep disorders in spinal cord injury

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability & Rehabilitation - Sleep disorders in spinal cord injury

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability & Rehabilitation Topic: Sleep disorders in spinal cord injury. In this presentation, Professor Berlowitz outlines the prevalence and impact of disorders such as obstructive sleep apnoea, periodic leg movements and circadian rhythm disorders as direct consequences of spinal cord injuries and discusses the emerging tratment options for non-respiratory sleep complications.
Researchers behaving badly

Researchers behaving badly

Presented by Menzies Health Institue Queensland as part of the 2019 Lecture Series
Prof Vaux will share recommendations as to how to spot research papers that should be discarded, suggest ways to try to have papers corrected and discuss Australia's need for a national office for research integrity
LIVING WATER: in flux - Annique Goldenberg

LIVING WATER: in flux - Annique Goldenberg

Solo exhibition from QCA Higher Degree Researcher, Annique Goldenberg
txhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) |  Vanghoua Anthony Vue

txhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) | Vanghoua Anthony Vue

xhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) presents selected works that Anthony Vue has investigated throughout his Doctor of Philosophy research.
Thought Form: Judith Duquemin

Thought Form: Judith Duquemin

Solo exhibition from Judith Duquemin featuring graphic, geometric paintings reduced to line and hardedge colour fields that have been produced from mathematical code.
Art of the Skin: un-silencing and remembering | Carol McGregor

Art of the Skin: un-silencing and remembering | Carol McGregor

Solo exhibition from DVA candidate Carol McGregor, whose focus in her visual art practice is to contribute to the "untelling" of Australian Indigenous community histories and heritage.
LIVING WATER: in flux | Annique Goldenberg

LIVING WATER: in flux | Annique Goldenberg

Working primarily through the medium of water's connective and transformative power, this multimedia exhibition opens a conversation between human affect and the Arctic ice-melt.