EMBL Australia - Post Graduate Symposium  

Since its conception in 1999, the EMBL PhD Symposium has evolved into a highly respected scientific meeting, connecting young researchers and high-profile scientists alike. This year, in its 5th year for the Australian symposium, you're invited to celebrate revolutionary ideas in molecular life sciences and explore the game-changing ideas that are shaping the face of modern science. 

Entitled “Translational Research: Linking Science and Daily Life”, EAPS 2018 will focus on the on the importance of translatability in basic scientific research and the tools and techniques available to turn basic science discoveries into practical solutions in health and the environment. The Symposium will explore a range of fields, from cellular to systems biology, bioinformatics to neurobiology, virology to ecology with a range of distinguished keynote and plenary speakers, as well as oral and poster presentations from students. The symposium is an excellent opportunity for students to learn from world leading researchers, as well as network with a range of other like-minded students and present their work in a friendly and professional environment.

The symposium will run 28 - 30 November 2018. 

To follow announcements regarding guest speakers, registration openings, and travel grant opportunities follow the symposium on Twitter via @EMBLAuSymposium and the hashtag #EAPS2018.

>Visit the EAPS website and register 

Registrations close 2 November