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    2023 Stars Symposium: No stone left unturned in the service of women's and infants' health

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    Welcome to the 2023 WIRF Stars Symposium registration page

    The Stars Symposium is the Women and Infants Research Foundation's annual medical research event featuring presentations from local and visiting research experts in topics relating to health advances in women and babies.

    STARS 2023 - No stone left unturned in the service of women's and infants' health

    Keynote Speaker: ProfessorΒ Caroline Homer (Burnett Institute) – Turning the tide of caesarean sections: Are we too late? Does it matter?

    Emerging Researchers’ Session by:

    Jaime Thomas (Curtin University) – Maternity models of care in Australian general practice
    Tessie Abbott (Department of Health, WA)
    – Rare Diseases / Infants
    Erin Fee (University of Western Australia)
    – Dose optimization of antenatal steroids
    Haruo Usuda (University of Western Australia)
    – Extended support of extremely preterm fetuses with an artificial placenta

    Senior Researchers’ Session by:

    Mary Sharp (King Edward Memorial Hospital)
    – Care for the extremely preterm infant in WAΒ 
    Sarah LI (National University of Singapore)
    – Use of AI in OBGYN Diagnostics and TeachingΒ 
    Joseph Carpini (University of Western Australia)
    – Team structures in clinical settings

    For more information about the Stars presenters and their topics visit:Β

    University Club of WA, Banquet Hall, Hackett Drive, Crawley, WA 6009

    Contact Details:

    Women and Infants Research Foundation

    0412 815 717

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