We aim to establish and further develop career relationships for women working in tropical health.
We are women working in tropical health in a variety of disciplines and expertise. Many of the women in this group have significantly invested in their career and are looking to progress to leadership roles or to be paired up to learn from the more senior colleagues.
What we offer
NEW FOR 2019: The Women in Tropical Health Network has partnered with Menzies School of Health Research to offer an exciting new personal and professional development initiative, The Women in Tropical Health CATALYSE Program.
If you are interested in learning more about the WITH Network, please contact us at Teresa.Wozniak@menzies.edu.au
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Date: 3 October 2019
Time: 08:30 – 09:30 Darwin Time
Place: Menzies School of Health Research – John Mathews Building (Royal Darwin Hospital campus) – Seminar room
Guest Speaker: Chris Spargo, Manager, Research Office, Menzies School of Health Research
Chris is the Manager of the Research Office at Menzies School of Health Research. She is involved in strategic research matters, responsible for research integrity, research policies and works hands on with researchers in grant writing and management. She has presented at NHMRC, at seminars and conferences, and works towards ensuring the research office is an integral part of the research process. Chris was recently awarded a Churchill Fellowship.