If you’re a student, advanced trainee, or early career researcher (up to five years post-PhD conferral), you can apply to be part of the Victorian clinical and sleep science showcase. This session will highlight the latest cutting-edge sleep research by our local rising stars. Presentation submissions are now open and will close Thursday, 6 April. Selected authors will be notified by April 21st. Prize awarded for the best speaker.
You must be a current ASA member to apply. Please email your talk title to Melinda Jackson, along with your current institutional affiliation, co-authors and whether you’re a student, advanced trainee or post-doctoral researcher.
Program includes: early career researcher presentations and discussions, three keynote speaker presentations, and networking opportunities with drinks and canapes.
1:00pm Tea & Coffee upon arrival
1:30pm Early career researcher presentations and discussions
3pm Afternoon tea and networking
3.30pm A/Prof Gillian Nixon - Discussion topic “Diagnosis and treatment of OSA in children- knowledge and challenges”
4pm Dr Alex Wolkow - Discussion topic “Sleep, shift work and mental health in emergency service personnel”
4:30pm A/Prof Mark Howard - Discussion topic: Respiratory "Goldilocks and home ventilation"
5pm Drinks, canapes and networking
The meeting is free for everyone but registration is required. Registration will close at 1pm on Thursday 4 May. To register you will need to log in with your member details or create an account on this website if you're not a member.
Attendees will automatically receive 2 CPD hour credits through the ASA Learning Centre.
Inquiries about this event should be directed to Kristen Ellard.
When: 1:00pm-6pm, Friday 5 May
Where: Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne, 649 Bridge Rd, Richmond VIC 3121 (Pavillion)
Cost: Free to members and non-members, but registration is required
Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne offers 150 undercover car parking for function attendees for a reduced fee of:
$25.00 per car / per day & overnight
$10.00 per car / attending evening event
Please use entrance via River Street, driving to the end of the driveway and down into the car park.
Once you have parked, proceed to the conference space, where you scan a QR code, enter your details and pay the discounted rate.
Parking prices are subject to change without notice. All parking is subject to availability.
Public Transport: No 48 & 109 Tram's stop directly in front of the Amora Hotel.