INSTITUTE FOR RESPIRATORY HEALTH: THE NEXT 20 YEARS - Institute for Respiratory Health

INSTITUTE FOR RESPIRATORY HEALTH: THE NEXT 20 YEARS

20TH ANNIVERSARY RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

Institute for Respiratory Health: The Next 20 Years Symposium brings together leading internationally renowned respiratory researchers from across Australia to discuss current advances in respiratory research and future directions.

The celebrate the Institute’s 20th anniversary, the Symposium will conclude with the Philip Thompson Oration and cocktail function.

Session themes

  • Institute for Respiratory Health: the first 20 years
  • Respiratory Omics; clarity or confusion
  • Lung disease emerging targets and therapies

Plenary Speakers

Speaker line up

  • Professor Philip Thompson, Institute for Respiratory Health and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
  • Professor Grant Waterer, Royal Perth Hospital
  • Associate Professor Steven Mutsaers, Tissue Repair Unit, Institute for Respiratory Health
  • Associate Professor Alex Larcombe, Telethon Kids Institute
  • Clinical Associate Professor Siobhain Mulrennan, Cystic Fibrosis Unit, Institute for Respiratory Health and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
  • Dr Anna Tai, Cystic Fibrosis Unit, Institute for Respiratory Health and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
  • Dr Melvin Chin, NCARD, University of Western Australia
  • Dr Sally Lansley, Pleural Disease Unit, Institute for Respiratory Health
  • Dr Brit Clynick, Stem Cell Unit, Institute for Respiratory Health
  • Dr Patricia Agudelo-Romero, Telethon Kids Institute
  • Dr Ingrid Laing, Telethon Kids Institute
  • Dr Peter Noble, University of Western Australia
  • Dr Deirdre Fitzgerald, Pleural Disease Unit, Institute for Respiratory Health and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

PHILIP THOMPSON ORATION

Professor Gary Anderson
Director of the Lung Health Research Centre, University of Melbourne

“Turning tears into medicines for serious lung disease”

STUDENT AND EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER POSTER PRIZE

Two $500 prizes are available to recognise the research work carried out by students and early career researchers.

  • Poster abstract submissions are now open and close Friday 15 November.
  • Poster prizes are open to all students and early career researchers, within five years of your PhD.
  • You need to attend the Symposium to be considered.
  • 2 x $500 cash prizes will be presented at the Symposium.
  • Submit Poster Abstracts here