11th annual Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference
20 September 2017 | National Wine Centre of Australia
The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences invites to you to attend the 11th annual Florey Postgraduate Research Conference.
This conference is a major highlight in the faculty's calendar and will be attended by researchers and academics from across the university—as well as our valued donors, industry partners and major stakeholders.
Participating in this event provides opportunities for:
- Networking with colleagues and identification of potential collaborative opportunities
- Showcasing your research
- Building your academic profile
Discover the extraordinary variety of research being undertaken, with more than 100 Higher Degree Research candidates and advanced program students showcasing their research posters. Experience a unique opportunity to meet students and personally discuss their individual research.
Prizes and awards will be presented at the conclusion of the conference in recognition of the most outstanding presentations.
This year, the conference will be held on Wednesday 20 September 2017 at the National Wine Centre of Australia, corner of Botanic Road and Hackney Road.
Abstract submissions now closed.
Registrations are now closed.
|9.30 am||Registration for poster presenters||Exhibition Hall|
|10.15 am||Session 1: Research poster presentations||Exhibition Hall|
|11.45 am||Lunch||The Gallery|
|12.45 pm||Session 2: Research poster presentations||Exhibition Hall|
|2.15 pm||Afternoon tea||The Gallery|
|2.30 pm||Registration for Pathways to Success presentation||Hickinbotham Hall|
Session 3: Pathways to Success presentation
'The role of the health practitioner in working for equity for Aboriginal peoples'
'What have I learned from Clinical Medicine and Research?'
'How hard could it be? Building a career in vision science'
Session 4: 3MT finalist presentations
‘Genetics and the Lysosome – Clues for Alzheimer’s Disease?’
‘One-size-fits-all versus customer-tailored: tacrolimus dose in kidney transplant patients’
Awards ceremony for poster presentations
Canapés and refreshments
The Florey Medical Research Foundation is named in honour of Lord Howard Florey, a University of Adelaide Medical School graduate who shared in a Nobel Prize for his research and development of penicillin. His lifetime achievement serves as a source of inspiration to students and researchers alike.