(ASMR’s 2020 National Scientific Conference will be going ahead in November. Final format to be confirmed; if a face-to-face conference is not possible due to Covid 19 restrictions, a web based program will be in place – details will be posted to this site)
‘2020 Vision, the future of medical research’
The 59th ASMR National Scientific Conference (NSC) will explore the future of health and medical research, shining a light on the importance of basic, fundamental science in driving clinical translation and implementation.
The ASMR NSC is an inviting space for student, early-career, mid-career and senior researchers to take a fresh approach to discovery and communication.
Our program will excite, inspire, and generate new and innovative exchanges and collaboration between researchers from all areas of health and medical research.
We are seeking abstracts from all fields of health and medical research.
Firkin Orator, Prof Kanta Subbarao, appointed as Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza at the Doherty Institute in 2016. AWT Edwards Orator, Dr James Muecke AM, Australian of the Year 2020,Chairman Sight for All
Insightful and challenging professional development workshops
Safeguarding Australia’s health security depends on the development and maintenance of a highly skilled and creative health and medical research workforce prepared for a future that we can’t yet predict.
The 59th Annual ASMR National Scientific Conference (NSC) will help in developing necessary communication, analytical and creative skills for early- and mid-career researchers as well as provide a network to build, explore and create new opportunities for their research.
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