Upcoming events

Join us at the following upcoming sector events:

Conferences and events

30 Oct – 1 Nov 2019 Melbourne, VIC

AusBiotech 2019 Life Sciences Conference

AusBiotech 2019 is the premier annual conference for Australia’s Life Sciences sector.

AusBiotech 2019 will bring together Australian and international biotech leaders and stakeholders to Melbourne for three days of education, skills building, and networking.

The conference will create a forum to reflect on the sector’s achievements and exchange ideas on a range of topics to further advance the sector’s standing both nationally and globally

21-22 Nov 2019 Torquay, VIC

NFMRI 2019 Conference

NFMRI’s fourth conference, “Aligning intent: working towards a more sustainable, efficiency and effective medical research ecosystem” will  take place on the 20th and 21st of November 2019 at Peppers The Sands Resort in Torquay, Victoria.

This year’s conference will explore benefits, harm and wastage in the medical research ecosystem and how together we can lead cultural and systems change in order to do better. It will also focus on ways the sector can improve efficiencies and communication with various stakeholders, including the general community. Because success relies on harnessing many skills sets across various sectors including research, industry, investors, government and philanthropy, the conference will focus on the role each of these play in achieving outcomes.

Medical Research & Innovation – Strategies For Success (for researchers)

Date Location Host
14th Feb 2018 Sydney University of Sydney
19 March 2019 Melbourne

Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute

Please RSVP to celine.latouche@baker.edu.au

If you would like to invite a speaker from NFMRI please complete the speaker request form.

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