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21 May 2021


8:30 am - 6:30 pm

CSTI-2021: Registrations and submissions are now open! 📢



The Organising Committee is pleased to announce that abstract submission and registration are now open for the Cell Signalling and its Therapeutic Implications (CSTI).  The meeting will be hosted virtually on Friday, 21 May.

CSTI-2021 presents outstanding signalling work and its translation into the clinic, and also involves presentation of the Lackmann Award for Translational Research in honour of Martin Lackmann, a leader in Eph receptor signalling and member of our Department who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in 2014.  

The focus of this year’s conference is cancer cell signalling and will feature top scientists in the cancer signalling field including international speakers

  • Jin Zhang (UC San Diego)
  • James Duncan (Fox Chase Cancer Centre)
  • Marcia Haigis (Harvard)
  • Jukka Westermarck (Uni Turku)
  • Benjamin Neel (NYU Langone)

We have been working hard to ensure the event is engaging and interactive for all delegates, regardless of where you join us from. All conference proceedings will be streamed live to our virtual platform and virtual delegates will be able to participate in Q&A and networking opportunities. 

Registration is available via Shop.Monash for only $55 including GST. 

For more information about this virtual conference, please visit the conference website.  We look forward to connecting with you!


We would like to give everyone in our community the opportunity to join us and re-connect, after what has been a challenging yet defining year. The meeting is now accepting abstract submissions. Be sure to submit your research by Friday, 30 April for consideration for a short talk or ePoster.

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