NSW Health Pathology Research Forum 2022
NSW Health Pathology's Research Forum 2022 - 'Together towards tomorrow, today'.
This year the program includes some amazing plenary speakers. We are honored to bring you two international experts this year: Professor Guiseppe Lippi - University of Verona (Italy) and Dr Collen Fitzpatrick - Identifinders International LLC (USA).
Abstracts are open now
NSW Health Pathology warmly invites abstract submissions for either an oral or poster presentation from NSWHP researchers and their collaborating partners wishing to share their research, innovative practice and learnings.
- Submit your abstract through our online portal.
- Abstract to be a maximum of 250 words including headings (Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusion).
- You can add multiple authors.
- Submissions close COB 22 August 2022 – no extensions.
Abstracts from this years' submissions will be published in AJMS 2022.
You can read abstracts from our 2021 Research Forum, published in the February edition (February 2022 Vol. 43 No. 1) of the Australian Journal of Medical Science (AJMS).
About the forum
Following the successful inaugural NSWHP Research Forum held last year, this year’s highly anticipated Research Forum will take place again virtually over two half days on 8 - 9 November 2022.
During this virtual forum ‘Together towards tomorrow, today” attendees will hear from fellow NSWHP researchers, collaborating partners and international plenary speakers with a focus on ‘COVID and beyond” (Day 1) and Research initiatives and beyond (Day 2).
International speakers include Professor Giuseppe Lippi, University of Verona(Italy) and Dr Colleen Fitzpatrick, Identifinders International LLC (USA) and we will again have a Forensic & Analytical Science Service (FASS) showcase.
The event will be open to anyone who wants to attend, whether you are a researcher or a member of the general public and is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate and showcase the breadth and quality of research taking place at the largest public pathology service in Australia.
Have a question?
For more information, contact the Research Forum Committee at NSWPATH-Research@health.nsw.gov.au or click the button below.
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