Aboriginal People’s Gallery, Parliament House of Western Australia.
Abstracts are now open for Science Lands in Parliament, a unique opportunity to showcase your research to WA Parliamentarians.
This event, hosted by the Hon. Roger Cook MLA, Minister for Health and Mental Health, is in the Aboriginal People’s Gallery, Parliament House of Western Australia.
If you are scientifically or clinically qualified, 5-15 years post-PhD or equivalent (awarded 2004-2016) and conduct medically-related research in Western Australia, you are invited to submit an abstract for this event.
We are pleased to advise that Science on the Swan will be co-badging a Speed-Networking Session with ASMR during ASMR Medical Research Week (R).
This professional development event aims to increase connectivity within Western Australia’s scientific community and facilitate the transfer of scientific knowledge from experts to the next-generation of scientists.
A major event on the ASMR MRW® calendar, the evening will feature a presentation by the 2019 ASMR Medallist, Dr Elizabeth Finkel.
An award winning Australian science journalist and author, Dr Finkel has an illustrious career which began in basic research. She is co-founder of the science magazine Cosmos and no stranger to ASMR, having won the prestigious Campion Ma Playoust Award in 1982. Now, in 2019, ASMR recognises Dr Finkel’s impressive contributions to science communication as the ASMR Medallist
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with colleagues, friends and stakeholders in celebrating health and medical research.