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We have developed a pipeline for processing mass-spectrometry-based proteomics data, configured to run on UCT's high performance cluster (hex)

UCT Teaching and Learning Conference

Tue, 2018-07-17
08:00 to 17:00
In the context of deep debates about the role of universities in shaping a future for all South Africans, this year’s conference is an opportunity to renew our vision and our practices. The theme of “Care, Connect, Create” extends an invitation to reignite our passion for student learning and success. Important dates 1 April 2018 Submissions and registration open 26 April 2018 Submissions close 30 May 2018 Selected presenters are notified 18 June 2018 Programme is released 8 July 2018 Registrations close 17 July 2018 Conference day Register to attend the conference...

Dr Stuart John Saunders Lecture

Wed, 2018-05-09
18:00 to 19:00
The maiden lecture will be presented by Professor Bernard  Gersh, a leading researcher in cardiovascular disease (CVD) with a keen interest in the epidemiology of CVD in the developing world. He is a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science in the United States and a consultant in CVD and internal medicine. He has also made significant contributions to the understanding of acute and chronic coronary artery disease, clinical electrophysiology, sudden cardiac death and cardiac stem cell therapy. He has an honorary professorship in the Department of Medicine at UCT. In his lecture, Professor Gersh will highlight the global epidemic of CVDs, illustrating the magnitude of its increased prevalence in low- and middle-income countries and also analyse the potential consequences for the developed world. Furthermore, he will ask why CVD remains relatively low on the global health agenda even though it remains one of the leading causes of death – surpassing deaths due to malaria, HIV or AIDS, and tuberculosis. Please confirm your attendance online by Friday, 4 May 2018.

April 2018 Quarterly Newsletter

Thu, 2018-04-26 11:46 -- 01437434
THREATS to judicial independence have made troubling headlines in Africa over the last few months, with judges in a number of countries experiencing problems. We in Jifa are concerned about the situation and pledge to keep everyone in our network aware of developments as they come to our notice.
 
Nowhere have threats to judicial independence sparked more international publicity than in Kenya but reports and judgments from other states show that the judiciary is under pressure elsewhere too.

 

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