Biostatisticians from the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre (CTC) will be available to assist NSLHD researchers for a full day each fortnight via remote appointments.
The CTT Program is an online course delivered across six weeks. The course requires 3 hours of participation per week. Participants will be assessed on participation in online activities, including a Zoom workshop. At the completion of the program, you will receive a certificate, as evidence of formal teacher training.
The new Kolling strategic research framework has been released. It outlines the main priorities for the Institute in the coming 5 years.
The December 2020 Kolling Institute Newsletter is now available. This special edition documents the history of the Kolling Institute and the important events which have allowed it to grow into a centre of research excellence. Much of the material was compiled by Dr Catherine Storey and her team in the Royal North Shore Hospital Archive.
The University is still looking for MD Project supervisors for 2021. MD Research Projects involve investigating an issue or problem in health or medicine. They may involve primary collection of data, the analysis of existing data sets or a review of the medical literature.