SYMPOSIUM – INAUGURAL MONASH NEUROSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM

 

 

INAUGURAL MONASH NEUROSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We invite you to attend the Inaugural Monash Neuroscience Symposium which aims to bring together clinicians and pre-clinical researchers in all fields of neuroscience. We are proud to announce guest speaker, Russell Joyce, who will describe his journey and experiences on ‘Living well with Parkinson’s’.  Come join in the inaugural year of the Symposium and listen to the outstanding multidisciplinary program. Discover, learn, question, discuss and network with delegates from across the spectrum. 

Event details and important information:

We want to ensure you are able to make the most of your day with us. Please find below event details and important accessibility information.


Symposium program:

A detailed program will be made available closer to the date.


Poster Presentations:

Due to space limitations we will be accepting up to 40 poster presentations capped at 6 per theme. We encourage everyone to submit a 250 word abstract to present a scientific poster at the symposium. You will be notified if your poster has been accepted.

Getting there:

The event will begin in the Biomedicine Learning & Teaching Building foyer, ground floor, 7 Ancora Imparo Way, Monash University, Clayton campus.

There are many ways to get to and from Monash University, including public transport and driving.

For more information about getting there, visit Monash Transport and Parking.

for more information about the Symposium, contact;

Events Team
Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Monash University
Room D507, Level 5, 35 Rainforest Walk
Clayton VIC 3800
E: med-events@monash.edu
W: monash.edu/medicine