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The Sydney Protein Group

The Sydney Protein Group is made up of protein scientists and students from academia, hospitals and industry.

We meet regularly to hear updates from local and overseas speakers on the latest developments in protein science and related fields.

Scholarships and prizes are also provided to enable young scientists to attend key protein related meetings in Australia.

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Upcoming Thompson Prize Night 2014 at UNSW
It is that time of year again, where some of the SPG's best work is showcased at the annual Thompson Prize Night! This year's event will be held at UNSW on Thursday the 27th of November, kindly hosted by Dr Till Boecking. Please find a flyer here. Applications have now closed both for the Thompson Prize and the Lorne Tavel Awards. The best candidates were selected to present their work at the Thompson Prize Night and the best presenter will be awarded the prize and a cheque for $600. Applications for the Lorne Tavel Awards, which help students to attend the Lorne Protein or Proteomics conference, are now closed as well and will be awarded on the evening. [Posted 29th October, 2014]

Thompson Prize evening 2013 was a great success!
The Thompson Prize Night (sponsored by Biorad and ATA Scientific) was held on Thursday, 28th of November, 2013 at the Centenary Institute, hosted by Josep Font. The annual Thompson Prize is an award for the best student presentation at the Thompson Prize evening and comes with a cheque for $600. We have also awarded 3 Travelling Scholarships to Lorne worth $600 each. For more details please go here. [Posted 17th December, 2013]

East Coast Protein Meeting 2013 (ECPM13) was a major success !
The East Coast Protein Meeting has been taken place in Coffs Harbour from Friday 19th July to Sunday 21st July, 2013. Please go here for more details and pictures. [Posted 14th August, 2013]

 

 

The Sydney Protein Group is an affiliated Special Interest Group of ASBMB Inc.


Comments to Roland Gamsjaeger (r.gamsjaeger AT uws.edu.au); last updated 21.11.14