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10:00 AM April 08 - 5:00 AM April 09, 2019
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A Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia)

 

Frontiers of Science—Redefining healthy ageing together symposium provided an opportunity for early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) to showcase their research to their peers and form new collaborations. The event also provided opportunities for EMCRs and the public to engage and discuss their healthy ageing research priorities together.

About the event

This two-day event brought together Australian researchers from a variety of disciplines and sectors, with a focus on healthy ageing, to present their current research and share ideas. Redefining healthy ageing together further engaged researchers with members of the public, not as research participants but as collaborators who can add a valuable insight in to the design and development of research projects.

Redefining healthy ageing together took place on 8-9 April 2019, in the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Auditorium, Adelaide.

The Organising Committee for the 2019 Frontiers of Science – Redefining healthy ageing together symposium

Partners

Frontiers of Science: Redefining healthy ageing together is proudly supported by the Australian Academy of Science through the , the , and the and .

Venue

The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is a bright, modern and architecturally striking building located centrally in the heart of Adelaide’s new biomedical science precinct. The auditorium at SAHMRI is a fully-equipped conference venue and all IT support will be provided. The auditorium is located on the ground floor and is a fully accessible venue.

There is no public parking available but there are various paid car parks nearby on North Terrace.

Public transport is strongly encouraged—SAHMRI is easily accessible by public transport.

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Contact Information

emcr@science.org.au

10:00 AM April 08 - 5:00 AM April 09, 2019

Frontiers of Science—Redefining Healthy Ageing Together

A Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia)

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Frontiers of Science—Redefining healthy ageing together symposium provided an opportunity for early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) to showcase their research to their peers and form new collaborations. The event also provided opportunities for EMCRs and the public to engage and discuss their healthy ageing research priorities together.

About the event

This two-day event brought together Australian researchers from a variety of disciplines and sectors, with a focus on healthy ageing, to present their current research and share ideas. Redefining healthy ageing together further engaged researchers with members of the public, not as research participants but as collaborators who can add a valuable insight in to the design and development of research projects.

Redefining healthy ageing together took place on 8-9 April 2019, in the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Auditorium, Adelaide.

The Organising Committee for the 2019 Frontiers of Science – Redefining healthy ageing together symposium

Partners

Frontiers of Science: Redefining healthy ageing together is proudly supported by the Australian Academy of Science through the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, and the Australian Association of Gerontology and Flinders medical centre.

Venue

The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is a bright, modern and architecturally striking building located centrally in the heart of Adelaide’s new biomedical science precinct. The auditorium at SAHMRI is a fully-equipped conference venue and all IT support will be provided. The auditorium is located on the ground floor and is a fully accessible venue.

There is no public parking available but there are various paid car parks nearby on North Terrace.

Public transport is strongly encouraged—SAHMRI is easily accessible by public transport.

South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute,North Terrace South Australia

© 2019 Australian Academy of Science

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