Hi ASPS members,
The local ASPS organising committee would like to gently remind you that early bird registration for ComBio 2022 (Melbourne, 27-30th Sept) closes June 24th.
This conference is a great opportunity to meet friends and colleagues face-to-face after long periods of zoom-based interactions.
As per usual there is an excellent line up of plenary speakers. The highlight being Nobel Laureate Jennifer Doudna and the two plant-specific speakers Siobhan Brady and Niko Geldner.
Attached (ComBio2022TT) is an outline of the program.
The plant stream symposia are as follows:
PLANT GENOMICS, GENETICS & GENE EDITING
FROM LAB TO FIELD
PHOTOSYNTHESIS & CARBOHYDRATES
PLANT WATER TRANSPORT & UTILIZATION
PLANT SUCCESS – ENLISTING THE POWER OF MODELS
REPRODUCTION & SEED BIOLOGY
PLANTS & THEIR ENVIRONMENTS
Importantly, there is also ASPS student travel support for conference attendance (application due 4 July 2022):
As a small favour could we ask you to print out the attached ComBio2022 flyer and distribute in your department/institute to help with advertising.
Please do come along and enjoy the science, cold/wet Melbourne and the opportunity to socialise.
Looking forward to seeing you all,
John/Ros (ASPS – LOC ComBio)
ComBio2022: 27 – 30 September 2022, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition CentreEarly Registration & Abstract Deadline: Friday, 24 June 2022https://combio.org.au/combio2022/After a long pause in our plans, we are very pleased to advise that the ComBio2022 online registration and abstract submission forms are now available at:https://www.combio.org.au/cgi-bin/combio-registration-form.cgiandhttps://www.combio.org.au/cgi-bin/combio-abstract-form.cgi respectively.This will be a full face-to-face meeting.ComBio2022 is a combination of five societies holding their annual meetings: Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Australian Society of Plant Scientists Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology Genetics Society of AustralAsia New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The program timetable can be accessed from: https://combio.org.au/combio2022/timetable.htmlYou can also see the plenary speakers and their photographs and biographies at:https://combio.org.au/combio2022/plenary.htmlWe are pleased to advise that this year, the very popular “Career Development Forum” will be almost a full day of sessions held on Tuesday, 27 September offsite. Further information: Sally Jaycombio@asbmb.org.au