🎗️ ASI Public Event | Careers in Biomedical Science STEMinar
Date10 May 2023
Online via Zoom
Dr Jess Borger
Dr Danika Hill
Dr Sinth Jegaskanda
Ms Trang Nguyen
Prof. Patrick Reading
ASI celebrates International Day of Immunology
🌏 "Careers in Biomedical Science STEMinar"
🗓️ May 10th 2023 at 4:30pm AEST
🏷️ FREE PUBLIC EVENT
To celebrate International Day of Immunology (29th April) we are hosting an online “Careers in Biomedical Science STEMinar”. This seminar is open to the general public but is of particular interest for high school students, teachers, undergraduate and postgraduate students with aspirations to work within the Biomedical Sciences.
The one and a half hour online seminar will cover the diverse experiences of our insightful panellists covering undergraduate and postgraduate studies to working in a wide range of occupations, including both academic and commercial research as well as adjacent vocations such as science education and communication. The seminar includes an open forum style Q&A and discussion with all panellists, so don’t be shy if you have a burning question.
Please note that this zoom webinar will be recorded and made available on demand on our facebook page.
- Assoc. Prof. Sophie Valkenburg (Lab Head, University of Melbourne)
- Dr Jess Borger (Science Education Specialist, WEHI)
- Dr Danika Hill (Research Group Leader, Monash University)
- Dr Sinth Jegaskanda (Business Development Manager, Myrio Tx)
- Ms Trang Nguyen (Research Assistant, Monash University)
- Prof. Patrick Reading (Senior Scientist and Educator, WHO CCRRI and University of Melbourne)
Registration has now closed.
The zoom link will be emailed to all registrants the day before the event so you will need to register in order to attend.
Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology - Day of Immunology
The purpose of the Day of Immunology is to strengthen public awareness of immunology as a basis for individual health and well-being.
Established in 2005 by the European Federation of Immunological Societies (EFIS), the success of Day of Immunology led to it being celebrated worldwide since 2007. Under the auspices of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology (ASI) and other generous sponsors, Day of Immunology has been celebrated in Victoria since 2009.
For more information, please visit www.dayofimmunology.org.au or click here to email us.
How to register
Registrations for this event closed Monday May 8th at 23:59.
Click here to contact the event organisers.
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