The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) Australia Postgraduate Symposium (EAPS) will be held on Wednesday 28th - Friday 30th November 2018 at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) in Brisbane, Australia. This will be the fifth consecutive year of EAPS, a symposium organised by research students, for research students, across Australia.

Entitled “Translational Research: Linking Science and Daily Life”, EAPS 2018 will focus on the importance of translatability in basic scientific research and the tools and techniques available to turn basic science discoveries into practical solutions in health and the environment. The Symposium will explore a range of fields, from cellular to systems biology, bioinformatics to neurobiology, virology to ecology with a range of distinguished keynote and plenary speakers, as well as oral and poster presentations from students.

We welcome and encourage all Honours, Masters & PhD Students to attend EAPS 2018; the symposium is an excellent opportunity for students to learn from world leading researchers, as well as network with a range of other like-minded students and present their work in a friendly and professional environment.

We look forward to seeing you in November!

The 2018 EMBL Postgraduate Symposium Organising Committee
Email: committee.phdsymposium@emblaustralia.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EMBLAphdsymposium
Twitter: https://twitter.com/emblausymposium


As well as our keynote speaker Professor Ian Frazer, an invited speaker will be presenting for each sub-theme at EAPS18.

Prof. Ian Frazer

Keynote Speaker

A/Prof. Natalie Sims

Genetics and Cell Biology Speaker

A/Prof. Cedric Bardy

Neurobiology Speaker

A/Prof. Tracy Ainsworth

Ecology Speaker

Dr. C Glenn Begley

Oncology Speaker

Prof. Jenny Martin

Immunology and Virology Speaker

Dr. Kim-Anh Lê Cao

Bioinformatics Speaker


Our sincere thanks to all of our sponsors, without you this event would not be possible.