ACCM2019

  We are extremely excited to announce that ACCM 2019 will be on from June 17, 2019 – June 19, 2019 at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney Australia. The 2019 Meeting will be our biggest and best meeting ever, and we have already secured 3 outstanding plenary speakers: Agnel Sfeir (Telomere Biology) [link] – Skirball Institute […]

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Dr Mariana Brocardo

Dr Mariana Brocardo –Postdoctoral Research Fellow Department of Biomedical Sciences Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Macquarie University, Sydney NSW Email: mariana.brocardo@mq.edu.au Web: LabPage Keywords: DNA damage, DNA repair, p53, NER, NHEJ, HR, melanoma

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ACCM 2017 Photos

ACCM2017 was a fantastic success and we would like to thank everyone who attended for making this the biggest and best ACCM conference we have held to date! Below are few snapshots from the event! See you all in 2019 ACCM organising committee Andrew Burgess Liz Caldon Tony Cesare Andrew Deans Harriet Gee   Hilda […]

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ACCM Poster Deadline – Friday 17th Feb!

A quick reminder that the deadline for Poster abstract submission and registration is this Friday 17th of February. Register now here before its too late. For those that have already registered, but not yet submitted your abstract, please go to the abstract submission page to download the template and follow the submission  instructions. Conference Registration Pricing […]

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Franklin Women Carer’s Travel Scholarship Applications Now Open

For any women interested in attending ACCM2017, please note that applications for Round 1 of the Franklin Women Carer’s Travel Scholarships are now open. For more information please visit  https://franklinwomen.com.au/scholarships/ All the best The ACCM organising committee. The Franklin Women Carer’s Travel Scholarship provides financial support to assist in the care of children while you […]

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2x Post-Doctoral Positions – Genome Stability group – St Vincent’s Institute – Melbourne

Dr Andrew Deans’ Genome Stability group at St Vincent’s Institute (Melbourne) currently has 2 openings for postdoctoral scientists, in the area of DNA repair research. The positions are suitable for recently graduated or soon-to-graduate PhDs, or current postdoctoral scientists looking to switch fields. For more information: https://goo.gl/C9wOYD

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