Symposium 2018

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The COMBINE Symposium 2018 will be held on Monday 26th November at the Kathleen Fitzpatrick Theatre in Arts West in Melbourne in conjunction with ABACBS conference 2018.

Aim

The COMBINE Symposium is a student-run, non-profit conference that aims to gather a diverse group of students and ECRs who are curious, passionate and eager to learn more about bioinformatics and computational biology. We also would like to encourage networking and collaboration between attendees, providing a welcoming and friendly environment. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to everyone throughout the conference. The ABACBS code of conduct will apply to the symposium.

Abstract submission and travel scholarship applications have now closed but you can still register until 11:59 PM, Wednesday 21st November!

Key dates

  • 8 Aug – Registration, abstracts open
  • 10 Sep
    • Abstract submissions close
    • Bursary applications close
  • 24 Oct – Early-bird registrations close
  • Mid Nov – Registration after this will not include lunch/tea

Details and important links

Location
Registration
Abstract submission and Travel scholarship application
Program
Careers panel
Poster
Booklet
Presenter Instructions
ABACBS 2018

Contact

If you would like to contact the organising committee please email symposium@combine.org.au.

Social media

If you would like to follow us on social media, please join our Facebook group or follow @combine_au. The Twitter hashtag for this year’s conference is #COMBINE18.

Symposium committee members

Jiaping Liu (Co-chair)
Youwen Qin (Co-chair)
Luke Zappia (COMBINE president)
Dr. Melissa Davis (ABACBS Conference Organising Committee liaison)
Emma Gail
Feng Yan
Mailie Gall
Jiayuan Huang
Joanne Huynh
Holly Whitfield
Lochlan Fennell
Ning Liu

Sponsors

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If your organisation is interested in sponsoring the 2018 COMBINE Student Symposium, please contact us at symposium@combine.org.au.

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