1. Otitis Media Australia (OMOZ) conference


    6th biannual OMOZ Conference, 14-16 August 2018, Darwin, NT, hosted by Menzies' CRE ICHEAR

Menzies School of Health Research will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the afternoon of Monday 28 May 2018 in the auditorium located on the Royal Darwin Hospital campus.

As part of the AGM proceedings Menzies will launch its 2017 Annual Report followed by the presentation of the:

Val Asche Prize:

Val Asche has been a close friend of Menzies for a long time. We are thrilled that she continues her support through the Val Asche Prize for Academic Excellence.

Established in 2001, the award is presented each year to a student whose academic performance in a completed course has been outstanding. The student is awarded with $250 towards study materials and books.

Ryan Family Prize:

The Ryan Family Prize is an internal annual award that recognises outstanding contributions to Menzies – individuals or groups who go above and beyond and help make Menzies a great place to work and/or to help Menzies achieve excellence.

The successful nominee is awarded with a $3000 prize and presented with a perpetual trophy.

This award was made possible thanks to the generosity of the Ryan Family. We would like to take this opportunity to once again thank the Ryan family for their generosity and their contribution to Menzies over the years and would particularly like to thank Mr Richard Ryan for his continued support and guidance.

When: Monday 28 May, 4.00pm for 4.30pm - 5.30pm followed by refreshments
Where: Menzies Auditorium, John Mathews Building (Bldg 58), Royal Darwin Hospital Campus, Rocklands Drive, Casuarina.
Parking: The entrance to the Menzies building is opposite the Palliative Care unit on the corner of Nightingale and Paracelsus Road. Parking is free, however allow ample time for parking as the hospital campus fills quickly.
RSVP: By Tuesday, 8 May 2018 via the Sticky Tickets website or by using the form below.

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Menzies AGM 2018

  1. HOT NORTH Katherine workshop


    Save the date: 20 - 21 February 2018, Flinders University Katherine campus

  2. Lunchtime Seminar | Michaela Spencer


    Menzies and IAP2 Australasia present the first Lunchtime Seminar for 2018. Presenter - Michaela Spencer - Post-Doctoral Fellow with the Northern Institute at CDU | Remote Engagement and Coordination. The Menzies seminars are free of charge and open to the general public, click here...

  3. 2017 Menzies Oration: Democratising Indigenous Data


    The 2017 Menzies Oration delivered by Professor Ian Anderson AO, Deputy Secretary Indigenous Affairs in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.

  4. 2017 Menzies Oration


    Deputy Secretary for Indigenous Affairs, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Professor Ian Anderson AO will deliver the 2017 Menzies Oration.

  5. NT & FNQ Diabetes in Pregnancy Partnership Educational Symposium


    The NT & FNQ Diabetes in Pregnancy Partnership invite all interested health professionals and stakeholders to an educational symposium in Darwin.

  6. HealthLAB in Kakadu National Park


    As part of National Science Week 2017, the Menzies HealthLAB will be at the Bowali Visitors Centre, Kakadu.

  7. HealthLAB at Parliament House


    As part of National Science Week 2017, the Menzies HealthLAB will be at Parliament House for the public and sitting members of parliament to experience. Menzies' mobile HealthLAB, uses the latest health technology to measure participants’ health and inform them about the...

  8. Menzies AGM


    Menzies School of Health Research will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday, 14 August 2017.

  9. Child Health and Development Seminar


    “Harm minimisation alcohol education for school students: The more the better?” Tuesday 18 July 2017 from 2.30pm - 3.30pm.

  10. Ladies Long Lunch | HealthLAB fundraiser


    Darwin Convention Centre - The 2017 Darwin Ladies Long Lunch will continue the strong health message promoted by the Menzies School of Health, while raising valuable funds to continue this work in our community.

  11. Lunchtime Seminar - Sally Sievers, NT Anti-Discrimination Commissioner


    The next lunchtime seminar will feature Sally Sievers, NT Anti-Discrimination Commissioner invited by the Menzies Gender Equity Committee, to talk about achieving gender equity in the workplace. The Lunchtime Seminars are held on Wednesdays at the John Mathews Building (RDH, Bldg...

  12. Menzies director to deliver Professorial Lecture


    Professor Alan Cass will deliver a talk entitled 'A dialysis machine in every remote community: Evidence of failure, or an essential step towards closing the gap?'.

  13. Child Health and Development Seminar


    “Early brain development and its implications for child protection and youth justice” Keynote Speaker: Professor Sven Silburn Date | Thursday April 20 from 2.30 – 3.30 pm. This is now fully subscribed, a recording of the event will be posted here following the seminar.

  14. RHD Education Workshop


    South Australia 29 to 30 March 2017

  15. Health and Law Research Workshop and Student Showcase


    Hosted by Menzies School of Health Research and CDU School of Law Keynote address: Emeritus Professor Colleen Cartwright, expert on Euthanasia Law

  16. Child Rights Forum


    Q&A style panel event hosted by Menzies School of Health Research and CDU School of Law

  17. Child health and development seminar


    "Who is hospitalised for suicidal behaviour in the NT and what are the outcomes?" Keynote speaker: Bernard Leckning

  18. 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...

  19. Professional development


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

  20. Child health seminar flyer | 22 November 2016


  21. '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.

  22. ARF and RHD Education Workshop


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

  23. 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

  24. 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.

  25. NAIDOC Week 2016 | July 3 - 10


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

  26. 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.

  27. National Reconciliation Week 2016


    National Reconciliation Week runs from 27 May - 3 June 2016

  28. 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.

  29. 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.

  30. Healthy Skin Workshop 2016


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

  31. Menzies Close The Gap Afternoon Tea


Menzies Weekly Seminar Series

The weekly seminar series run each Tuesday throughout the year with a 20 minute presentation and 10 minutes for questions.
All Menzies researchers are invited to present as are any visitors to Menzies.

Seminars are open for all to attend, if you are interested in receiving regular updates about Menzies weekly seminars or are interested in presenting, please email.

When: Tuesdays,  11.00 - 11.30 am 

Where:  Auditorium, Menzies School of Health Research, John Mathews Building 58, Royal Darwin Hospital campus (view RDH map, view google map)

Menzies Lunchtime Seminars

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 2018 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.

The lunchtime seminars are planned around the availability of presenters, research publication and venues. If you are interested in presenting a seminar or wish to receive notification when they are scheduled please email.