1. HealthLAB events


    Click here for details of where the Menzies HealthLAB will be touring this year.

  2. Professional development


    Getting Started with Stata. This two day course will be a gentle introduction to Stata.

  3. 2016 Menzies Oration


    2016 Menzies Oration: 'Truth Telling and Generosity: Healing the Heart of a Nation' We are pleased to announce The Hon Linda Burney MP will deliver the 2016 Menzies Oration on Friday, 18 November at the Darwin Convention Centre. Each year, Menzies holds it Oration as a public...

  1. Menzies Close The Gap Afternoon Tea


  2. Healthy Skin Workshop 2016


    Outcomes from the day will inform strategic direction for policy to improve skin health in northern Australia. Register now.

  3. NT RHD Evening Symposium 2016


    Free acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease seminar for health professionals, students and people who work in Indigenous communities.

  4. Menzies AGM 2016


    Menzies School of Health Research will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the morning of Monday 9 May 2016 in the auditorium located on the Royal Darwin Hospital campus.

  5. National Reconciliation Week 2016


    National Reconciliation Week runs from 27 May - 3 June 2016

  6. Ladies Long Lunch | HealthLAB fundraiser


    The Rotary Club of Darwin's Ladies Long Lunch is in its second year and will again raise funds to aid the continuing operation and success of Menzies' HealthLAB project.

  7. NAIDOC Week 2016 | July 3 - 10


    The National NAIDOC theme for 2016 is Songlines: The living narrative of our nation.

  8. Alcohol and Pregnancy - A Community Conversation


    If you, a family member or friend have an interest in the effects of drinking alcohol during pregnancy come and talk to us about research in this area.

  9. 2016 Alan Walker Child Health Lecture Series


    “Improving Indigenous Child Health: What works and what’s new” Presented by Menzies in collaboration with the Department of Paediatrics, RDH

  10. ARF and RHD Education Workshop


    RHDAustralia invites professionals to the Acute Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease Education Workshop

  11. 'Forgotten but not Gone'


    Why does a 'Third World' disease still exist in Australia? Q & A panel event hosted by RHDAustralia at Parliament House, Darwin.

Menzies School of Health Research Seminar Series will be held fortnightly in the Seminar room at the John Mathews Building (Royal Darwin Hospital Campus, Bldg 58) on Wednesdays from 12.30-1.30 pm.

The format aims to encourage more discussion and question time and requires the presenter to talk for 40 to 45 minutes followed by 15 to 20 minutes of facilitated discussion.

The aim of the 2016 series will be to showcase our research and that of distinguished visitors to Menzies from Australia and abroad. PhD students who need to present their final results will also do so in this forum.

The broader Menzies' seminars will focus on research outcomes rather than on research in progress or on individual programs. These will alternate with internal lab seminars with a lab focus, which will remain largely as forums for discussions of works in progress or completed studies.

Seminars will remain open for all to attend and no RSVP will be required. If you are interested in receiving regular updates about Menzies' seminars or are interested in presenting, please email.

When: Alternate Wednesdays, 12.30–1.30 pm

Where:  Seminar Room, Menzies School of Health Research, Bldg 58, RDH campus