CCS 6th Annual Postgraduate Research Symposium 2013
"Of the students, by the students, for the students"
Central Clinical School invites you to attend the 2013 Annual Postgraduate Research Symposium. The symposium is free and you are invited to join colleagues and presenters for morning tea, lunch and afternoon drinks and refreshments.
The symposium aims to improve the visibility of students and their research projects on a larger scale and celebrate their achievements. PhD students from across the AMREP precinct: Baker IDI, Burnet Institutes and Monash University's Central Clinical School are invited to showcase their results.
Students have the opportunity to explain their research to other students and by participating, will foster collaborations, networking and a greater awareness of the expertise and research being conducted at AMREP. This year, current PhD students will be running the program, including chairing the presentations. Participants will be judged by a panel of senior academics and postdocs. Attractive monetary prizes will be given for outstanding work.
"No-Bell Prize" competition
Supervisors/lab heads get a chance to shine (and be critiqued) as well. New this year is the "No-Bell Prize", in which students can nominate their supervisors or lab heads (nomination form link here) to contest for best non-technical communication and are judged by students. See more.
Date: Wednesday 20 November 2013
Venue: Lecture Theatre, level 5, Alfred Centre for oral presentations and hallway for poster presentations and refreshments.
Booklet: Download (PDF, 1.37 MB)
Enquiries: Laisa Tigarea, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To RSVP: As an audience member please CLICK HERE
Registrations for participation are now closed. Please note the below deadlines:
- Registration for audience: CoB Friday 15 November 2013
- Posters to be delivered by: CoB Monday 18 November 2013 (To be delivered to Reception, Level 6, Alfred Centre)'
For Faculty guidelines on poster design, view the following link:
HDR Symposium Archive
See links below for details of participants and projects of previous years: