5 Oct 2015

Translational Research Symposium success

A passion for research drove the young Barry Firkin (right) to
establish the Australian Society for Medical Research. Barry
was the Alfred Department of Medicine's Foundation Chair
The Central Clinical School hosted Monash University's inaugural Translational Research Symposium last week.

With over 200 people attending the event throughout the day, the symposium showcased some of the country's top medical researchers in translational research. Early Career and graduate student researchers participated in the symposium's Translational Research Young Investigator Poster competition. It was won by MAPrc's Dr Rebecca Segrave.

After a day of presentations, the Department of Medicine at the Alfred's 50th anniversary was celebrated with the help of a chamber group of the Monash Medical Orchestra. 

The Central Clinical School would like to thank sponsors, researchers and students who gave their time to present at the Symposium and for making it the success that it was.
  • See more on Twitter with the hashtag: #Translational_Research 

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