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15th Australian Cell Cycle Meeting

30/Mar/2015, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Australia  

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Costs
Registration: $350
Students Registration: $250
Conference Dinner: $95

Please register as an individual NOT as an organisation. 

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Deadline for Abstracts for Oral  and Poster Presentations has been extended to 23 January 2015.

Click here to download the Cell Cycle Meeting Abstract Template. Indicate on your abstract above the title whether it is to be considered for "Oral" or "Poster" presentation.You can submit  an abstract as a Word file when you register using the above link, or later via email by sending to: abstract@cmri.org.au 


The Australian 15th Cell Cycle Meeting 2015 is being co-hosted by Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) and Garvan Medical Research Institute to be held from March 30th to April 1st 2015 at the Powerhouse Museum in Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia.

This meeting plans to bring together leading research groups in Australia to share the latest research findings, facilitate collaborations, and to engage with international experts in the cell cycle and cancer research field. We have already secured 2 amazing international keynote speakers for the event.

Prof. Andrea Musacchio, director of the Max-Planck Institute, Dortmund Germany and Prof. Jan Karlseder, Director of Glenn Center for Ageing, The Salk Institute La Jolla, USA. This meeting is an ideal forum where researchers can openly and critically discuss unpublished findings in cell cycle and cancer research.

Emphasis will include areas of traditional interest in cell cycle such as control of G1, DNA replication, checkpoint pathways and mitosis, as well as emerging topics such as the links between cell cycle regulation and tumourigenesis, spindle and chromosome dynamics and regulation of mitosis by telomere maintenance.

These exciting themes will not only inspire robust discussion, they will inform the establishment of collaborations and new research projects.

To join the Australian Cell Cycle Community please visit www.australiancellcycle.org.

Click here to download the Cell Cycle Meeting flyer.