Scientists to converge on Sydney for annual ARCS congress
The 2015 ARCS Sydney Scientific Congress will once again offer one of the premier events of the year for professionals in the development and commercialisation of therapeutics.
The three-day congress is being held at Royal Randwick in Sydney from 5-7 May.
An extensive line-up of speakers will cover a diverse range of topics from the science and future of genomic research, trends in clinical research governance and impurities in medicines, to the challenges and emerging opportunities in cellular therapies.
Professor John Rasko, from the University of Sydney and head of the gene and stem cell therapy program at the Centenary Institute, will be one of the opening speakers discussing current stem cell research and Australia’s contribution to the field.
More than 1000 delegates working in industry, research institutions, government and academia are expected to attend the conference and exhibition.
For more information on the event, visit http://arcsconferences.com/.
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