A provisional program for the conference will be posted in June.
To pack as much into 3 days as possible, the first scientific session will start at 9am sharp on Monday 23 October
For students, trainees, and postdocs, the conference will start with an education program and social mixer on Sunday 22 October, starting at 1pm
An invited speakers dinner will also be held on Sunday night from 6.30pm
A welcome reception for all attendees will be held on Monday night – with a lock-in at the Melbourne Museum dinosaur exhibit ! This reception is free for all registered attendees.
A conference dinner will be held on Tuesday night, at a popular Melbourne restaurant. Tickets must be purchased separately, for registered attendees only. Tickets are limited and will be on a first-come basis.
The final farewells will be at 3.15pm on Wednesday 25 October, so that interstate attendees can still make it home for supper.
A full conference program will be posted in July, with two poster sessions, and the following scientific symposia:
– Genome Stability in human disease
– Telomeres and DNA damage response
– Cell Cycle and Senescence
– Genomic signatures in cancer
– Recombination and Replication
– Immune response and genome stability
– Telomere and telomerase regulation
– Cell Cycle in Cancer and Therapy
– New therapeutic opportunities in cell cycle DNA repair and telomere research