Archive Presentations 29 May 2012

Please find links below to the presentations that have been made available to the CHC.

1. Professor Michael BerkProfessor of Psychiatry School of Medicine, Faculty of Health, Deakin University at Barwon Health

Can We Prevent Depression?

2. Justin Di LolloManaging Director, Hawker Britton

The Two Years Ahead in Federal Government: People, politics, Policy and the Implications for Complementary Health

3. Michael ApollonovNSW Food AuthorityFood or Medicine? A View from the Food Regulatory Side

4. Suresh GovindaraghavanResearch and Development Manager, Network Nutrition

 Approaches to Authentication and Quality Assurance of Medicinal Herb Preparations in Supply Chain
5. Brynn HibbertChair of Analytical Chemistry, University of New South Wales

Assuring the Quality of Herbal Extracts through Chemometrics6. Ashley DowellSouthern Cross Plant Science, Southern Cross University7. Professor Michael JamesRheumatology Unit, Royal Adelaide HospitalOmega-3s and Heart Health

8. Tom CrimminsManaging Director, HealthOne The Complementary Medicines Consumer in 20209. Dr Patrick LingAustralian Prostate Cancer Research Centre, Queensland University of TechnologyPalm Oil – Derived Tocotrienol as the Next Generation Anti-Cancer Vitamin E

10. Professor Les ClelandRheumatology Unit, Royal Adelaide HospitalMedicinal Use of Fish Oils in Arthritis and Related Conditions11. Jane OwenPartner, Middletons Intellectual Property Group

Building and Preserving Brand Value – The IP Perspective

12. Dr Ross WalkerPractising Cardiologist, Author and Radio Presenter

13. Mohammed AliHead of Export Medicines Section, Office of Medicines Authorisation, TGA

Regulatory Requirements for Export Medicines14. James McIntyreCommonwealth Bank Global Markets Research

Health Economics 202015. Tom DavisDirector, Edge Environment

Life Cycle Thinking, Greening the Supply Chain and the Environmentally Aware Consumer16. Kevin KrailExecutive Director, Omega-3 Centre

Marketplace; Regional and Global Growth Trends and Future Supply and Sustainability Issues17. David ToppingChief Research Scientist, CSIRO National Research FlagshipsEmerging Science in Prebiotics and Probiotics18. David CollettCEO, Roxby Media

Complementary Medicines, Media and the Consumer

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