Melbourne Cell and Developmental Biology Meeting Registration is Now Open!

The Melbourne Cell and Developmental Biology meeting will celebrate its 10th anniversary in style on October 27th at the University of Melbourne. Featuring plenary lectures by ARMI Director, Prof Peter Currie, and Head of Stem Cells Australia, Prof Melissa Little, this one day program will include short talks and posters selected from abstracts on cell and developmental biology, imaging, organoids, stem cell differentiation, and more. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. You can also keep the conversations going by joining us at Naughton’s Parkville Hotel following the meeting. Registration now open! A firm deadline for submission of abstracts…

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Abstract Submission Open for 2016 Student Symposium!

The 2016 SOBR Committee is very excited to announce that abstract submission is open for the 2016 SOBR Student Symposium!! Download the form from Dropbox: http://bit.ly/SOBRabstract2016 Important information: Date: Friday 18th November 2016 Location: Storey Hall, RMIT University, Melbourne Abstract submissions close: Friday 30th September 2016 Registration: http://bit.ly/SOBRSymp2016 Our first plenary speaker announcement is Professor Ingrid Scheffer AO. To find out more about Professor Ingrid Scheffer’s work check out her website: http://www.ingridscheffer.com/ Don’t be discouraged if you don’t have any work to submit – register anyway to support and meet…

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A HUGE THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

We look forward to seeing you at the professional development dinner on Wednesday 25 May 2016 SOBR 2016 PARTNER Department of Physiology, Monash University This is about the Biomedicine Discovery Institute Neuroscience (BDI). The Department of Physiology is part of the BDI. Monash has a strong national profile in Neuroscience, having achieved the maximum ranking (ERA 5, well above the world average) in both ERA assessments. Our BDI Neuroscience Program has a strong network of Monash partners including the Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience (MICCN) and the Australian…

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MEDIA RELEASE

Beyond the Lab: Rebranding your Science Australia’s future neuroscientists will converge at the State Library of Victoria on 25 May for the Students of Brain Research (SOBR) Network’s annual professional development dinner. Victorian Lead Scientist, Leonie Walsh, and prominent consumer psychologist and regular on the Gruen Transfer, Adam Ferrier, will speak on the theme of “Beyond the Lab: Rebranding your Science” to an audience of students and VIPs from top brain research institutes and industry. “This year’s dinner is an important event for the Victorian neuroscience community, said Tom Burns,…

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