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Materials, Mimics, and Microfluidics: Engineering Tools for Mechanobiology (Melbourne Satellite Event)

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Date & time Jul 21
Ends on Jul 23
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Creator lhammes
Category meetup

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The ARC Training Centre for Personalised Therapeutics Technologies are delighted to host a satellite event in Melbourne for the “Materials, Mimics, and Microfluidics” conference (3M 2021). Our event will be held virtually, due to the recent COVID outbreaks, and will take place on July 21 – 23, complementing the times of the main 3M 2021 conference.

The Melbourne Satellite event will feature two activities:

  1. Local research presentations. These will be held in the morning (10 – 11.30am each day) and feature two local speakers (30min presentations) per session, followed by a moderated Q&A panel. This will be a fantastic opportunity for researchers and students to engage and talk about not only the research presented, but also the state of this field, and what capabilities we have right here in Melbourne.
  2. Rapid-fire student/postdoc presentations. Presentations will be held during the lunchtime break of the main conference (2pm AEST) via Zoom, and each presenter will have up to 5min to present their research. Prizes are on offer for the best presentation!

For those who wish to present, please click below to download the template for the abstract submission, and instructions for the presentations. Spots are limited, and we will be advising successful applicants as soon as we can following receipt of their abstracts (so first in, first served!). Abstracts will accepted until July 9th, or until all presentation spots are filled.

Any questions about this satellite event? Contact ARC CPTT Centre Manager, Dr Susan Northfield at [email protected].

Satellite meeting chairs are: Dr Roey Elnathan (Monash University) and Dr Bryan Gao (The University of Melbourne)

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