Participation & Partnership in Marine Biotechnology
Seeding the Blue Bioeconomy

Adelaide
Australia 14-15 April 2016
 

INVITATION 

Marine Biotechnology is part of Australia and New Zealand’s national marine science plans and is tipped to contribute significantly to a growing marine economy worth more than $100 billion in this region within the next ten years. We invite you to present your research and product outcomes and hear about latest industry strategy and needs.

A one-day meeting featuring the work of Microbiol
ogy Early CareerResearchers and PhD students from our local Universities
 
When
Friday January 29th, 2016 (9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.) 
 
Where
Lecture Theatre 026, 
The New Law School,
Camperdown campus, 
The University of Sydney
 

Join us at the Australian Museum the day after Australia Day!
Once we have the speaker line up finalised it will be posted online as usual. Looking forward to seeing you all!!!
 

Preparations for the 5th Annual JAMS Symposium are underway. The symposium and dinner and student poster competition will be held on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday the 16th of March 2016 at the Australian Museum, Sydney Australia.

The speaker line-up is locked in and registration is now open!

Registration for Annual Dinner and TOAST

Reference: JOB486
Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia
Employer: Coral Ecophysiology Processes Group, UTS
Application deadline: CLOSED



The Centre for Systems Genomics is holding a 1-day symposium on metagenomics and microbiome research, Tuesday November 17 at Bio21. 

Interested in presenting? Register now! and complete the abstract section.

This free event will feature talks on a range of microbiome-related topics including new computational and lab methods, covering a range of application areas including the human microbiome in health and disease, environmental metagenomics, ecology, agriculture and ancient DNA.

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Event Date: 
Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 15:00 - 19:00

 

JAMS will be presenting a seminar series at the Westmead Millennium Institute, held 3-7pm Thrusday October 8th.

Registration is free, please RVSP.
Afternoon tea and dinner with drinks will be provided.

Seminar Speakers:

Dr Cameron Webb – Plenary

Mosquito‐borne disease in Australia: emerging threats and novel solutions

Prof Shari Forbes

Profiling breath samples for detection of volatile bacterial ‘fingerprints’ in lung infections

Dr Carola Venturini

Gut microbial ecology: the side‐effects of antibiotic treatment

Dr Gurjeet Kohli

Hunt for toxin biosynthesis genes in dinoflagellates

Dr Matthew O’Sullivan

Managing healthcare workers with suspected Ebola in Sierra Leone

Connie Ha

The guts of lifestyle disease management: targeting host‐microbiome interactions for optimal intervention

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