ASMR Medical Research Week® Online Schools Quiz 2018

Twenty question, multiple choice Quiz for Year 7-12 Students

Previous Quiz Info



Tertiary Careers Information Nights


201 ASMR Tertiary Careers Evenings
Details to be announced.


Undergraduate and Honours night Register  online – opening soon
Postgraduate night Register online – opening soon


ASMR Vic Student Symposium

June 1

Royal Melbourne Hospital

A showcase symposium where all Victorian health and medical research students can present their work to an audience of their peers, and network with and listen to some of Victoria’s top medical researchers in a friendly, approachable and cooperative scientific environment.

Participating students foster collaborations and network, increasing the awareness of the expertise and research being conducted around Victoria.

During the symposium, research students participate in oral or poster presentations, as well as the popular ‘3 minute thesis’ styled presentations – where students must effectively explain their research, with one PowerPoint slide, in three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.

Presentations are judged by a panel of senior academics and post-docs, with attractive monetary prizes awarded for outstanding work.

Non Members

Download Abstract Guidelines, Policies and examples here

Abstract submission closes 27th April 2018
Registrations close 11th May 2018



Please pay for your registration at Trybooking (a link to the event payment page will also appear after you have submitted your registration).

Only abstracts with PAID registrations will be reviewed.


3RRR Broadcast

June 3

Einstein A Go-Go  3RRR’s Live Science Show


Science made savvy and just a little bit sexy!

Tune in with Dr Shane Huntington on 3RRR’s Einstein-a-go-go (1-2.7FM) during ASMR Medical Research Week® for fantastic discussion and dissection of science ideas made digestible for public consumption.


ASMR Medical Research Week® Dinner

June 7

Venue to be announced.

Featuring our Keynote Speaker,  ASMR Medalist 2018 Professor Hope Jahren

Professor Jahren is a geobiologist whose research is crossing interdisciplinary boundaries, using her knowledge and expertise in stable isotope chemistry to develop new tools to better understand dietary sugar intake and sugar metabolism.

Recognised by Popular Science magazine in 2006 as one of its “Brilliant 10” scientists and in 2016, Time Magazine named her as one of the world’s “ 100 Most Influential People”, Prof Jahren has also been awarded three Fulbright Scholarships, and currently holds the J. Tuzo Wilson professorship at the University of Oslo in Norway.

A passionate advocate for science and best selling author  of the critically acclaimed ‘Lab Girl’,  Prof Jahren’s story of the triumphs and challenges of a career in science will resonate with many.


Principal Sponsor of ASMR MRW® in Victoria 2018


 Sponsoring the ASMR MRW® Gala Dinner in Vic 2017

 Platinum Sponsors of ASMR MRW® in Vic 2017

Gold Sponsors of ASMR MRW® in Vic 2017

Silver Sponsors ASMR MRW® in Vic 2018


Silver Sponsors ASMR MRW® in Vic 2017


Bronze Sponsors ASMR MRW® in Vic 2018



Trade Supporters of ASMR MRW® Student Symposium in Victoria 2018





Trade Supporters of ASMR MRW® Student Symposium in Victoria 2017





Major National Supporter of ASMR MRW® 2017