The 2017 annual meeting of the Australian Society for Biophysics will take place on Monday 27 – Wednesday 29 November 2017 at the University of Technology Sydney. The meeting will bring together biophysicists and related scholars from across Australia and is the peak biophysics conference in Australasia.

The ASB gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the following sponsors; the University of Technology Sydney, Thermo Fisher Australia, Lastek, GE Life Sciences, the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute and the University of Wollongong .

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Keynote and invited speakers

  • Asst Prof Kumiko Hayashi, Tohoko University, Japan
  • Prof Rob Parton, Institute for Molecular Bioscience (University of Queensland), Australia
  • Prof Keiji Naruse, Okayama University, Japan
  • A/Prof Shireen Lamande, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Australia
  • Prof Michael Parker, St. Vincent’s Institute, USA
  • Prof Eduardo Perozo, University of Chicago, USA - sponsored by the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute.
  • Dr Nick Cox, Australian National University, Australia
  • Prof Alison Rodger, Macquarie University, Australia
  • A/Prof Sara Sandin, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore - sponsored by the University of Wollongong.

  • Cryo-EM workshop - Thursday 30 November

    In addition to covering the basics of cryo-EM and what it is useful for, the workshop will have a focus on the practical aspects of how to prepare samples, data collection strategies and data processing for single particle CryoEM as well as covering the basics of tomography. We will also have representatives from each of the major CryoEM centres in Australia who will outline what facilities are currently available and/or will be coming on line in the near future in Australia.
    A detailed program can be found here.

    Poster slam!

    Want a crowd coming to see your poster? Then make sure you take part in the poster slam! This is short quick fire (two minute, one slide) presentation of your poster and your best opportunity to tell the audience why they they have to see your poster. Anyone can participate, but students who want to be considered for a poster prize must take part in the poster slam.