ANZBMS Annual Scientific Meetings

 

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The Annual Scientific Meetings of The Endocrine Society of Australia, Society for Reproductive Biology & The Australian Bone and Mineral Society will run from the 22-24 November 2021 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

With the 3 combined societies, we anticipate in excess of 900 delegates representing a variety of specialties including endocrinology, cell and molecular biology, dental research, reproductive biology, gynaecology, pharmacology and rheumatology.   

The programme organising committee is represented by members from all three societies and will present the latest and most exciting data from these respective fields with a range of international and national leading speakers.  

The benefits of this large scale collaborative meeting include: broader and more diverse program content, greater cost effectiveness for trade partners, and increased attendances. 

We look forward to seeing you in Melbourne. 

 
 

Prof Natalie Sims
ANZBMS President

Prof Bu Yeap
ESA President

Prof Moira O’Bryan
SRB President


https://www.esa-srb-anzbms.org/

 

ANZBMS-MEPSA-Vitamin D Workshop Joint Scientific Meeting 2022

Due to the uncertainty and risks associated with the COVID-19 global pandemic, the organising committee have made the decision to reschedule the ANZBMS-MEPSA-Vitamin D Workshop Joint Scientific Meeting to August 2022.
 
This decision was not made lightly but our top priority is the health and well-being of our invited speakers, delegates and conference personnel.
 
The conference will now be held on the 1st – 4th of August 2022, at the same venue, Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre.   
 
The meeting website will be updated regularly, please bookmark this site to stay posted.  

All registered delegates will receive a full refund and we will be in touch shortly to arrange this.

We look forward to seeing you when we all meet together in 2022, but until then, Vitamin D Workshop, MEPSA and ANZBMS are each planning separate events before then, which you will hear about in due course.