MBI is pleased to be hosting a lively and interactive science discussion entitled Vexing Prolems - Novel Approaches
We invite everyone with an interest in infectious diseases to bring your big questions or big solutions related to the topics discussed - reflecting on key research initiatives that can move the field forward.
The morning session will focus on discussion around “Antimicrobial Resistance” and the afternoon session on “emerging infectious diseases hotspots”.
Short informal introductions will provide a brief overview of the field, emphasize recent advances and focus specifically on key challenges related to the topics discussed. This will be followed by open discussion and constructive debate from the floor, facilitated by the moderator.
Attendees are invited to attend either or both sessions.
- Date: Thursday, 28 November 2013
- Venue: Liz Kernohan Conference Centre – Camden Campus - Werombi Road, Camden
Take the 405 Werombi Road Entrance
Conference Centre is adjacent to the Wildlife Centre. Plenty of Parking is available on site
- Cost: Attendance is free. Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea will be provided.
Who should attend?
We welcome students, basic scientists, other researchers, health and public health practitioners (animal and human) to attend.
Registration and RSVP
Please RVSP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 21 November 2013. For catering purposes please let us know if you will be attending both sessions or just the morning or afternoon session.
This is a great opportunity to come along for some lively discussion, and if you haven’t had a chance to visit the Camden facilities make sure you stay for the tour of the campus.