Free public lecture: Your Body at War!/eastern heal

Light refreshments will follow, and a chance to talk more with the scientists themselves.

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Time from 5.30 pm to 8.00 pm.

&8220;Fighting malaria, and the evolution of humans&8221;

Professor Brendan Crabb (Director and CEO, Burnet Institute)

Professor Elizabeth Hartland (ARC Future Fellow, The University of Melbourne)

This event is part of the celebrations for International Day of Immunology 2011. The Day of Immunology was established in 2005 by the European Federation of Immunological Societies. It is held annually on 29 April and aims to strengthen public awareness of the importance of the immune system to each persons health and wellbeing. The success of the European awareness-raising program has led to the International Day of Immunology being celebrated worldwide since 2007.

Photo courtesy oFree public lecture: Your Body at War!/eastern healf Dr Jose Villadangos.

Proudly sponsored by The Australasian Society for Immunology Inc., The Immunology Group of Victoria, Walter + Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, The University of Melbourne, Burnet Institute, Peter Mac, Monash University, Gene Technology Access Centre, BD, CSL, Life Technologies, Interpath Services, Bio-Rad, SPP Medical and Legal Books.

Theatre A, Elisabeth Murdoch Building, Spencer Road, The University of Melbourne. Enter the University at Gate 3 on Swanston Street (pedestrian access) and turn right into Spencer Road., Parkville, VIC, 3010

RSVP by Wednesday 27th April 2011 is essential. Email doi2011vic@gmail.com or ring 9345 2555 to make your booking or for more information.

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Public transport: Any tram on Swanston Street to Melbourne University (tram stop 1).

Free public lecture: Your Body at War!/eastern heal,Every second of every day, your body is under attack by microbes trying to invade! Fortunately, you have a wonderful armoury of immune cells to protect you but microbes have lots of combat manœuvers of their own&8230; Hear more about how your immune system battles against infections at a free evening lecture at the University of Melbourne given by three leading Melbourne research scientists.

Local early fog patches clearing to a sunny day. Winds N/NE averaging up to 20 km/h with local bayside seabreezes in the afternoon…

&8220;Bacterial diarrhoea: infection by stealth&8221;

&8220;The continuing challenge of influenza&8221;

Parking is available at Eastern Precinct Car Park, 375 Cardigan Street, Carlton, near the corner of Elgin Street. Press intercom to enter. Cost is $3.50 for 3 hours.

Professor Anne Kelso (Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza)

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