We are pleased to inform that our next Ingham Institute Clinical Academic Research Series presentation will be held on Monday 10th May at 12.00pm. Please save the date.
The session will feature: Professor Valsa Eapen Representing Academic Unit of Child Psychiatry, South West Sydney, presenting: “What makes us tic? Exploring the pathogenesis of Tourette Syndrome…”
We hope that you can attend and participate in discussions. Please feel free to share this email with your colleagues.
Professor Valsa Eapen will present live from the Ingham Board Room and the session will also be facilitated via Zoom. For those staff members onsite, please join us in the Board Room. Please note however, there is a limit of 25 people with current COVID-19 restrictions. We strongly encourage those who are not able to attend in person to connect remotely.
The seminar can be accessed via a Webinar:
- From a PC/Mac/iPad/Android device join the webinar at: https://inghaminstitute.zoom.us/j/85418520996
- From a UNSW videoconference unit: Dial firstname.lastname@example.org or choose Ingham Seminars from the address book on any UNSW videoconference unit.
- From an E-Health Videoconference unit: Dial email@example.com
- Please ensure that you mute your microphone if connecting via a videoconference unit.