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Organiser

Shaye Game
Email
shaye.game@hudson.org.au

Location

Ian Potter Auditorium
Kenneth Myer Building
144/30 Royal Parade
Parkville

Date

09 Jun 2021

Time

10:00 am - 5:00 pm
ASSCR Victoria local symposium | 'From Discovery to Translational Science'

ASSCR Victoria local symposium | ‘From Discovery to Translational Science’

Attention Early Career Researchers

After many 2020 virtual meetings, don’t miss out on the in person ASSCR Victoria local symposium ‘From Discovery to Translational Science’.

The symposium is aimed at Early Career Researchers (ECR – PhD Student and postdoc level) to promote networking and show case their basic and translational science in a wide range of fields, including

  • Stem cells and Disease Modelling
  • Vector design and gene editing
  • Cell and gene therapy strategies
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Organoids
  • Spatial Transcriptomics
  • Computational Biology

To support ECRs career development, most participants will be given the opportunity to present their research in long (12+3 min) or flash (3+2 min) talks.

Places are strictly limited, please submit your abstract before Friday, 7 May (~ 100 words recommended)

Registration Fees

Symposium includes

  • Complimentary lunch box
  • Afternoon tea
  • Free dinner at a local restaurant
  • Prizes for best presentations

COVID-safe measures | Only 70 places available at the symposium, don’t miss out!  The conference is easily accessible by public transport. Paid parking is also available.

Thank you on behalf of the event organising committee
Sent on behalf of Shaye Game (HISS President) for The Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research (ASSCR) ECR committee