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OCT 14, 2021

Inspired by Science Focused on a brighter future

We are delighted to bring you our locally curated Virtual Event – Inspired by Science. This one-day event will be broadcast live on Thursday 14th October 2021. It will bring together local and international thought leaders, technical experts and leading scientists to discuss a range of topics that focus on sustainability in the lab, current and future trends in science technology, digital science and diagnostics.

Speakers will share their findings, insights, and perspectives on key topics to advance science and facilitate collaboration. The sessions will be interactive and encourage delegates to ask questions and join the discussion. Our goal is to bring bright minds together to foster sharing ideas, learning, and inspiration to build a better future.

Join us and experience:

  • Educational and engaging presentations created and presented by scientists for scientists
  • Get involved throughout the event via interactive polls, Q&A and roundtable sessions.
  • Interact with speakers, delegates and other like-minded experts in the advanced online chat platform
  • Access the latest resources, including white papers, application notes, technical handbooks and guides.
  • Visit our exhibit hall with interactive booths to learn more about products, services, view videos, download literature, and more

 

The tracks and topics for this event include:

Sustainability in the Lab

  • Learn about energy auditing and efficiency in a laboratory environment
  • Hear about ways to create greener, more sustainable lab and scientific facilities and how the right product choices can make a difference
  • Join the discussions on how we can reduce lab waste to landfill
  • Hear from My Green Lab - a global non-profit organization with a mission to build a culture of sustainablility through science
  • And more...

Current and future trends in science tech, digital science and diagnostics

  • Learn about the future in lab automation and digital science
  • Hear about current and future trends and technology in diagnostics
  • Hear from leading scientists about using the latest technology to improve patient outcomes in oncology, cell therapies and transplantation
  • Find out about the newest product and technology releases
  • And more...

Speakers
  • Marc Dunn

    Global Applications Specialist, BSC and Clean air - Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Taner Eryilmaz, MBA, ME

    Senior Manager, Business Development - Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Rhonda Holdsworth, BSc

    Director, Transplantation and Immunogenetics, Aust Red Cross Lifeblood.
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Jennifer Hollands, PhD

    Government and Academic Liaison - Cell Therapies
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Trishe Leong

    Medical Director of Pathology & Director of Anatomical Pathology, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Robert Lin, PhD

    Senior Manager, Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Tina McLure

    ANZ Green Team Lead and Senior Customer Service Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Dean Mulyk, MS

    Sr. Product Manager, Automation Software - Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Bansi Sanghvi, PhD

    Business Development Manager - Oncology and Clinical Sequencing
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Liam Scale

    Business Development Manager, TerraCycle
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Cristina Van Loy, PhD

    Senior Manager, Environmental Sustainability, Life Sciences
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Melanie Vig, MS

    Product Manager-Configurable Automation , Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Dean Whiting, MSc Clin Biochem, FAACB

    CEO Pathology Technology Australia
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Eduard Willms, DPhil

    Postdoctoral Researcher - La Trobe Institute for Molecular Sciences
    BIOGRAPHY

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Speakers

  • Marc Dunn
    Marc Dunn
    Global Applications Specialist, BSC and Clean air - Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Taner Eryilmaz, MBA, ME
    Taner Eryilmaz, MBA, ME
    Senior Manager, Business Development - Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Rhonda Holdsworth, BSc
    Rhonda Holdsworth, BSc
    Director, Transplantation and Immunogenetics, Aust Red Cross Lifeblood.
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Jennifer Hollands, PhD
    Jennifer Hollands, PhD
    Government and Academic Liaison - Cell Therapies
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Trishe Leong
    Trishe Leong
    Medical Director of Pathology & Director of Anatomical Pathology, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Robert Lin, PhD
    Robert Lin, PhD
    Senior Manager, Product Management, Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Tina McLure
    Tina McLure
    ANZ Green Team Lead and Senior Customer Service Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Dean Mulyk, MS
    Dean Mulyk, MS
    Sr. Product Manager, Automation Software - Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Bansi Sanghvi, PhD
    Bansi Sanghvi, PhD
    Business Development Manager - Oncology and Clinical Sequencing
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Liam Scale
    Liam Scale
    Business Development Manager, TerraCycle
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Cristina Van Loy, PhD
    Cristina Van Loy, PhD
    Senior Manager, Environmental Sustainability, Life Sciences
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Melanie Vig, MS
    Melanie Vig, MS
    Product Manager-Configurable Automation , Thermo Fisher Scientific
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Dean Whiting, MSc Clin Biochem, FAACB
    Dean Whiting, MSc Clin Biochem, FAACB
    CEO Pathology Technology Australia
    BIOGRAPHY
  • Eduard Willms, DPhil
    Eduard Willms, DPhil
    Postdoctoral Researcher - La Trobe Institute for Molecular Sciences
    BIOGRAPHY
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