Upcoming Events

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When: 9am - midday on Friday 10th May 2019 
Where: Weigall Oval, Sydney Grammar's sporting field

The Doctors VS Students Annual soccer match is long held tradition at SVCS, this year we shall see if the Doctors can hold on to the prized throphy for the sixth year running. Interested participants are to get in touch with Alison Cullen, Student Education Officer at stvcs@unsw.edu.au.



Past Events

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Research Week is a celebration of the remarkable depth and breadth of translational health research undertaken across the St Vincent’s Darlinghurst campus and its sister entities.


The St Vincent’s Research Campus Sydney is one of the largest medical research precincts in Australia and brings together the Garvan Institute, The Kinghorn Cancer Centre, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Nursing Research Institute, the St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research, Kirby Institute and our many prestigious academic partners including UNSW Sydney.


Research Week Activities include: 

•    “Science & Research Exposed” Art Competition 
•    Department displays and posters
•    Fast Forward (3 minute thesis) Presentations 
•    Clinical Ethics Forum on ‘Info-Ethics: Interoperability, Bioinformatic & Health Data Sharing’
•    St Vincent’s Campus Research and Post Doc Symposia 

For further information regarding the program of events, go to www.svrc.one and follow the links to Research Week.


Come and hear the best and brightest UNSW PhD candidates pitch their world-changing ideas. Participants have just three minutes to explain what they are doing, how they are doing it, and why it is important. 

The winner will receive a $3,000 cash prize, and will have the honour of representing UNSW at the 3MT Asia Pacific Final. Additional prizes include runner-up $1,500; third prize $500, the People’s Choice award $1,000, and the $500 ASPIRE prize awarded by high school students.

This year’s judges include the former Chief Executive of the Sydney Opera House and General Manager of the Australia Council, Michael Lynch AO CBE, award-winning investigative journalist Sarah Ferguson, Science journalist Genelle Weule and UNSW Scientia Fellow Bram Hoex.

Register here.