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Translational Poster Symposium

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Translational Research Institute

37 Kent Street

Woolloongabba, QLD 4102

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The theme of the 5th annual Translational Poster Symposium at TRI is "Cause, Prevention and Treatment", showcasing projects which highlight how translational research turns a clinical problem into a solution for the patient.

This year we will display more than 80 posters, present 12 oral presentations and engage the audience in a panel discussion featuring some of our most successful translational researchers before finishing with networking drinks.

The event aims to show the most recent developments in translational research, gather together key stakeholders from the translational pathway, and to provide the public and future students the opportunity to see career pathways in medical research.




Who can attend

We recommend anyone with a career in, or interested in a career in translational research should attend the Translational Poster Symposium. If you have a research project driven by a clinical problem, we'd love to consider it for poster display or verbal presentation at the symposium. If you are a clinician or allied health professional with an idea for a research project, a biology student looking to start a PhD, or a scientist or researcher looking to network you will benefit from attending the symposium.



The Program

8am - Registration

From 8.30am - Coffee & Refreshments

9am to 10:45am - Poster Session 1 (40 posters)

10:45am to 12.15pm - Oral Session 1

12.15pm to 1pm - Lunch

1pm to 2:30pm - Oral Session 2

2:30pm to 4pm - Poster Session 2 (40 Posters)

4pm to 5:30pm - Discussion Panel

5:30pm to 6pm - Closing and Prize Presentation

6pm Onwards - Networking with refreshments in the TRI Atrium


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