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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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Bridging The Translational Research Gap

The SOBR committee are excited to announce our 2015 Professional Development Dinner, ‘Bridging The Translational Research Gap’! This year, the event will take place on the 23rd of June at the beautiful Arts Centre Melbourne. We are hosting fantastic guest speakers Prof. Patrick McGorry (AO), Dr Krystal Evans, and MC Andi Horvath, who will facilitate discussion regarding the translation of scientific research within clinical and industry sectors. The evening will begin at 6:30pm and includes a two course meal and beverages all night (alcoholic and non-alcoholic). The aim is to facilitate…

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Thank You!

Thank you all so much for making the 2014 Professional Development dinner a huge success. We managed to sell the event out! We had 120 students from over 15 universities and institutes Melbourne wide along side 30 VIPs from industry, academia and media. The keynote speeches from Adam Bandt and Sen Penny Wright were interesting and covered a wide range of topics from how government is failing science through to evidence based policy and generated a discussion amongst all attending.Now we must look forward to next amazing SOBR event! The…

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