Menzies Lunchtime Seminar - From communist Hungary to Paediatric Cardiologist and NT Australian of the Year


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Presenter:  Dr Bo Remenyi

Date: May 31, 2018

Time: 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Contact person:  Menzies communications team
T: (08) 8946 8658
E: communications@menzies.edu.au

Location:  Auditorium | John Mathews Building (Bldg 58), Royal Darwin Hospital Campus

Target audience:  The Menzies seminars are free of charge and open to the general public

Menzies Lunchtime Seminar

Presenter
Dr Bo Remenyi

Title
From communist Hungary to Paediatric Cardiologist and NT Australian of the Year

When
Thursday, 31 May, 12.30­pm–1.30pm

Where
Auditorium | John Mathews Building (Bldg 58), Royal Darwin Hospital Campus (view map)

Abstract:
Dr Bo Remenyi will share details of her personal journey. From communist Hungary to advocating for the health of Indigenous Australians. From Townsville High School without a word of English to being published in Nature and The Lancet. From Medical School dropout and part-time ski-instructor to Paediatric Cardiologist and NT Australian of the Year. Driven by her passion to address inequality, Dr Remenyi's story will inspire all who hear it.

  • The presentations will be 20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions.
  • Information about this seminar can be obtained from Menzies communications on: (08) 8946 8658 or communications@menzies.edu.au
  • Please feel free to forward this notice to your colleagues and associates

Menzies Lunchtime Seminar | Dr Bo Remenyi
Thursday, 31 May 2018
12:30 pm  |  Australia Central Time (Darwin, GMT+09:30)  |  1 hr
Meeting number (access code): 571 447 456
Host key: 424757
Meeting password: VMdWvpRB
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