"Therapeutic Technologies, Stem Cells and Drug Discovery", a TTRI-CSCS joint symposium
Monday 18th of September 2017, from 9 am to 2 pm (registration opens at 8.30am)
Kenneth Meyer Auditorium, Ground Floor, Brain Centre (30 Royal Parade, The University of Melbourne, Parkville)
Bringing together interdisciplinary researchers to discuss important progress in the areas of organoids and organ-on-a-chip technologies
The symposium will also include a 'rapid-fire' session from early career researchers
- Professor Nicholas Barker
- Research DIrector, Institute of Medical Biology, Singapore
- Professor Elizabeth Vincan
- Deputy Section Head of Molecular Microbiology, Doherty Institute
- A/Professor Enzo Porello
- Group Leader, Cardiac Regeneration, Murdoch Children's Research Institute
- Dr Daniel Heath
- Chemical & Biomedical Engineering, The University of Melbourne
- Dr Elizabeth Pharo
- Australian Animal Health Laboratories, CSIRO
The symposium is expected to be dynamic and interactive, with five invited speakers and six ECR's participating in a 'rapid-fire' session (prizes to be awarded). There will be a morning tea and lunch provided.
Who should attend?
Members of The University of Melbourne research community interested in therapeutic technologies, stem cells and/or drug discovery. PhD students, postdocs, research assistants, group leaders and department/school heads are all encouraged to attend.