ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND REGISTRATION FOR THE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP 2021 ARE NOW OPEN!
+++ ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JANUARY 8, 2021 +++ REGISTRATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 2021 +++The Optogenetics Australia Virtual Workshop 2021 will feature Keynote and Invited presentations from (inter)national leaders in the field, contributed presentations from early career researchers honoured with a Best Talk Award, as well as virtual training in application of optogenetics to many tissues and questions.
The workshop will be held virtually 16-19 February, 2021. All dates and times are Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
Please see below for the multidisciplinary program and registration/short talk abstract submission (free of charge).
+++ SHORT TALK AWARDS SPONSORED BY: WARSASH SCIENTIFIC - ADVANCED INSTRUMENTS FOR RESEARCH & INDUSTRY +++
The multidisciplinary program will cover all aspects of optogenetics including the development of molecular tools (e.g. light-activated enyzmes), light stimulation in cells (e.g. for manipulation of cell signaling) and methods for in vivo optogenetics in a variety of tissues (e.g. new illumination devices).
All dates and times are Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).Tuesday, 16 February 2021
Opening Keynote and Short Talks
9:00 Workshop Welcome
9:00 Opening Keynote Lecture: Jared Toettcher (Princeton University, USA)
9:00 Invited Lecture: Jessica Rodgers (University of Manchester, UK)
10:00 Meet the Speakers
11:30 Workshop Module “Opsin optogenetics to understand brain circuits”
12:30 Closing Keynote Lecture: Gavan McNally (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
13:30 Workshop End
REGISTRATION - BEFORE FEBRUARY 1, 2021
Please use this form to register for the workshop.
The Zoom links to the workshop will be sent to registered attendees only.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FOR SHORT TALKS - BEFORE JANUARY 8, 2021
If you would like to present a short talk, please use this form to submit an abstract.
By submitting an abstract you consent that your information and abstract will be available in the online program.
Your abstract submission is also your registration - you do not need to register using the form above.