Community Q&A: “Why are the future rock stars of research at risk of disappearing?”
Please join us on 6 April at 7:00PM (AWST) for the first Perkins Community Q&A for 2022:
“Why are the future rock stars of research at risk of disappearing?”
In this very special Q&A, meet the next generation of researchers and learn about their vision for the future of research and what very real challenges are threatening their very existence.
To keep you safe, we’re taking the conversation online. So, this one can be viewed from the comfort of your own home, and we’d love you to be part of the audience!
When: Wednesday 6 April 2022, 7:00PM (AWST)
Where: Wherever you like! Join from the comfort of your own home or office here at 7:00PM (AWST) Wednesday 6 April 2022.
This Q&A will feature:
- Dr Olivier Clement, inaugural Safe Harbour Fellow, Genome Biology and Genetics Laboratory
- Dr Gina Ravenscroft, Genome Biology and Genetics Program
- Dr Liz Johnstone, Molecular Endocrinology and Pharmacology
- Nik Bappoo, PhD Candidate, Vascular Engineering Lab (VascLab)
Hosted by Miriam Borthwick, Senior Media Advisor to the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and former Senior Reporter for The 7:30pm Report.
Audience members will have an opportunity to participate in the conversation and ask questions to all panel members who will be present after the discussion for a Q&A session.
Register below to receive a two hour reminder for the event, or simply JOIN HERE at 7:00PM (AWST).
Date and time
Livestreamed online (Register now to receive link)