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Student Night attracts keen interest

Burnet Institute

09 August, 2019

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Image: Burnet PhD student and Research Assistant Caitlin Douglass explains her work to prospective students

Burnet Institute courses and research projects for next year and beyond attracted keen interest from prospective Honours, Masters and PhD students at the Alfred Research Alliance Student Information Night.

Burnet Education Officer and Laboratory Head Dr Raffi Gugasyan was delighted with the turnout and strong engagement from students who are weighing up their critical next steps as postgraduates.


Image: Lots of student information available at the Burnet table

“Student night was a huge success for Burnet,” Dr Gugasyan said.

“We had over 150 students attend, and it gave them a chance to engage with our students and laboratory heads and see what areas of research interest them.

“Our Life Sciences, Public and International Health Disciplines were really well represented, and I’d like to thank all the staff and students for their time, passion and enthusiasm.”


Image: Research Officer, Dr Ricardo Ataide (right) explains Burnet’s malaria research projects

Laboratories Operations Manager, Dr David Harrison conducted a tour of Burnet’s labs for interested students, showcasing the latest equipment and facilities that support our research into infectious disease, cancer and immunity.

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Contact Details

For more information in relation to this news article, please contact:

Doctor Raffi Gugasyan

Head of Diagnostic Markers and Chronic Immune Disorders Group (Gugasyan Laboratory)

Telephone

+61392822108

Email

raffi.gugasyan@burnet.edu.au

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