The St Vincent's Campus Research Week 2020 Meeting will be held as a virtual event from Monday 14th to Friday 18th September 2020.
Research Week is a celebration of the remarkable depth and breadth of translational health research undertaken across the Darlinghurst Campus and our sister entities.
The St Vincent's Research Campus Sydney is one of the largest medical research precincts in Australia and brings together the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, The Kinghorn Cancer Centre, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Nursing Research Institute, our own Centre for Applied Medical Research, Kirby Institute and our many prestigious academic partners.
The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted St Vincent's Campus Research, with many researchers having to adapt, stop or change their “normal” way of research and trials in labs and the hospital. The result from these challenges? Stronger, braver, resilient and more creative researchers!
The St Vincent's Research Symposium has been held annually for over 25 years and brings together the brightest minds across the Campus to share their research with peers. It involves a great coming together of prominent healthcare researchers from across the St Vincent's Research Campus and our academic partners.
This is an outstanding opportunity for campus staff and visitors to celebrate some of the country's finest medical research and healthcare innovation. This year the program will focus on the 2 broad research fields of COVID-19 and Neurology Research as well as the usual poster and fast forward presentations.
We are excited about this program which will have a large input from senior clinicians as well as basic science researchers on this campus as they face this "Brave New World – Brave New Research".
- Keynote presentations
- 28th Annual St Vincent's Campus Research Symposium
- Nursing and Allied Health Symposium
- Inclusive Health Research Symposium
- Medical Grand Rounds Research Leading Innovation Series on "Pharmacogenomics"
- Maridulu Budyari Gumal SPHERE presentations
- Short oral presentations from abstract submission
- ePoster presentations from abstract submission
- Prizes and award presentations
- Chair's Choice Award for the Fast Forward Presentations
- Research Symposiums Awards and Prizes
- Networking opportunities
- Seminars and workshops
This virtual event will allow students and researchers to continue to present their research and discuss quality medicine, health, science, allied health, multidisciplinary and translational research. The event will involve sessions with questions from the audience and virtual meeting rooms so that participants can engage and network with their colleagues.
To register for the 2020 St Vincent's Campus Research Week, visit the St Vincent's Campus Research Week Whova Website and download the Whova Mobile App. The cost for students will be $20, and $30 for full registration. Internal registrants from the Garvan, Kinghorn, Victor Chang, AMR/SVH will have their registration costs covered by their institution. External participants will need to complete registration first and then make payment by credit card. Payment link will be provided in email. For invoicing purposes, you will need to register using your institutional email address.
Thank you for your continued interest and your support of the St Vincent's Campus Research Week.
St Vincent’s Campus Research Week & Research Symposium 2020 Organising Committee
Organising Committee Chair