EMBL Australia Postgrad Symposium deadline Friday this week

Honours, Masters and PhD students in biological research are invited to come to the EMBL Australia Postgrad symposium in Sydney.

A range of travel and accommodation grants are available to attend EAPS17.

Conference covers a range of topics (cancer, infection and immunity, bioinformatics, neurobiology, genetics and cell biology, translational and clinical science).

“Overcoming Chaos: Understanding Big Data and Complex Problems”

  • Dates: Wednesday November 29th – Friday December 1st 2017
  • Venue: Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney, NSW
  • Speakers: There is an excellent line-up of both national and international speakers eaps.org.au/speakers.html

The plenary speaker is Dr Niklas Blomberg, Director of ELIXIR, the pan-European infrastructure for biological information.

Registration/abstract/travel grant submission is open till Friday, September 15th.

EAPS17 DEADLINE EXTENSION: lightning talk and poster abstracts – Due Sept 29th 

EAPS17 is a fantastic opportunity for research students to present their work and hear from experts in their field in a professional and supportive environment. Student presentation opportunities are available for short talks (10 min), lighting talks (3 min) and posters, in a range of topics that encompass the breadth of EMBL.

COMPETITION ANNOUNCEMENT: EAPS17 will be introducing a Science Communications Infographic Competition for this year’s Symposium aimed at encouraging students to reach the public and depict the translational value of their research area; see the website and social media pages shortly for more information.

Register and secure your place.

For more information, visit the website eaps.org.au.

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