This year’s conference will include a Young Investigator Symposium, Patient Forum and a diverse clinical and scientific program. Broad areas of research will be presented, including clinical and basic mitochondrial disease research, mitochondria in Parkinson’s Disease and other neurodegenerative disorders, mitochondrial metabolism and aging, mitochondrial stress and quality control, basic mitochondrial biology and model systems for mitochondrial research.
Conference Dates - Saturday, 26th to Monday, 28th November 2016
Earlybird Registration Closing Date - Friday, 30th September 2016
All persons who wish to attend AussieMit 2016 must register for the conference. Please read all the registration information before proceeding to the online registration page. If you have any difficulties with the registration process or have any questions regarding registration, please contact Rebecca Davis.
Venue - Kolling Institute, Royal North Shore Hospital, Pacific Hwy, St Leonards NSW 2065
Oral Presentation Submissions Due - Friday, 16th September 2016
Poster Presentation Submissions Due - Friday, 16th September 2016
Contact - Ryan Davis or +61 2 9926 4868
Young Investigator Symposium
The Young Investigator Symposium (Saturday, 26th November) is an opportunity for young mitochondrial researchers to network, present and listen to work being conducted by their peers and also general interest topics. Those registrants who are invited to give an oral presentation selected from submitted abstracts will be eligible for a prize.
The patient forum will be a short informative session (Saturday, 26th November) aimed at showcasing clinical and basic research that is relevant to mitochondrial disease patients and their families. It will include talks from national and international researchers on topics including disease diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and management. Register Now!
The AussieMit Conference Dinner will be held on Sunday, 27th November. More information will be released closer to the date. Buy Tickets!