This years ANZPRA Satellite will be held on Sunday 25th August 2013 at the Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW
Please click here to download the conference flyer.
The ANZPRA Satellite gratefully acknowledge the sponsorship of the University of Sydney
Registration is NOW OPEN, please click here to register
Early Bird Deadline: 21st June, 2013
|Item||Price Per Item|
|Satellite Registration - Earlybird Rate||$90.00|
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|Conference Dinner Ticket||$50.00|
* Please note that there will be limited spaces avialable at the conference dinner.
How to Register
ASN Events is using their online process to record registrations. When you first enter the link, if you have not used the system before it will ask you to complete your personal details. This is saved to your own unique 'dashboard' and does not have to be re-entered again. Delegates who have used it before when attending other recent ASN managed conferences will find their existing dashboard works already for this meeting too. The 'dashboard' is something you can revisit many times. You can register, lodge your abstract, select various options and accommodation, get your tax invoice, make payments and stay in touch with the organisers from your own dashboard. Group leaders can co-ordinate all their members from their own page. ASN welcomes your feedback on this new process and trust you will find it more convenient.
If you are a group manager that is arranging registrations for delegates within your organisation, please click here to view registration instructions.
If you are a group manager that is arranging the payment of registrations for delegates outside of your organisation, please contact Kristie McHutchison - firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
- Name of sponsored delegate(s)
- Items and amounts to be covered as part of the sponsorship
- Name of conference
If you require a separate invoice for sponsored delegates and staff members, please contact Kristie McHutchison - email@example.com
A secure site is provided for online payment of your charges. This has its own section on the ‘dashboard’. The payment options are:
Credit card - VISA or MasterCard
Cheque - (either personal or from your institute)
Direct Debit - (you will be emailed banking instructions upon application)
An Australian Tax Invoice will be provided for all registrants once registered. You can reprint this and your receipt from your ‘dashboard’ at any time.
The ABN for the conference is 90 093 246 176. All rates quoted include GST and are in Australian dollars.
All online registrations are checked by the secretariat. If there is any query they will contact you. If you wish to make changes or additions after you have registered, return to your ‘dashboard’. The ‘dashboard’ also keeps a record of any abstract you have submitted.
Cancellations will incur a cancellation fee (to be advised) if made in writing before the 26th July 2012. No refund is payable after that date but registrations can be transferred to substitute delegates without penalty.
The Registration fee does not include insurance of any kind and the Meeting Secretariat cannot take any responsibility for any participant failing to arrange their own insurance. Delegates are encouraged to make their own insurance arrangements to cover any loss caused by unforeseen delay, circumstance or cancellation.
Sydney Harbour Dinner Cruise with Partytime Cruises.
Saturday 24th August, 2013
Pickup and drop off at Wharf 7, King Street, Pyrmont Bay, embarking 7:00pm for a 7:30pm departure and returning 10:00pm
We welcome you to come on board and relax, enjoy and unwind with Sydney’s ultimate harbour cruising experience. Whilst with us, take a stroll on our open decks, admire the panoramic views, immerse yourself in the atmosphere and appreciate all the delights Sydney Harbour has to offer.
Our party cruise is your unique opportunity to experience the harbour and a chance to discover the real Sydney. Whether you choose to soothe your senses whilst viewing the Harbour National Parks and surrounding wilderness or by admiring the stunning architecture of Sydney’s Skyscrapers, the experience will be unforgettable.
* Please note that there will be limited spaces avialable at the conference dinner.
Confirmed International Invited Speaker
PROFESSOR SUSAN FISHER
The University of Califronia, San Francisco, CA, United States
This year’s SRB President's Lecturer is Professor Susan Fisher, Director of the Translational Research in Perinatal Biology and Medicine program in the Department of Obstretics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, at UCSF, California, USA.
Prof. Fisher’s work has laid the foundations for our current understanding of the mechanisms of placentation. In particular her research has generated key findings in trophoblast cell biology, stem cells, and the role of a low-oxygen environment in regulating cellular differentiation. Recently, her laboratory has identified functional roles for immune cells in establishing the maternal-fetal interface as well as discovered mechanisms by which malarial infection impacts placental cell adhesion. She has also applied her skills in mass spectrometry and glycobiology to biomarker discovery in cancer. Her work studying the mechanisms used by the trophoblast cells of the human placenta to invade the uterus during normal pregnancy has far-reaching implications for fetal development, stem cell biology and migratory mechanisms regulating cancer.
The 2013 program is yet to be finalised, please keep posted for further details.
(1) Create a forum for ANZPRA members to network, exchange ideas and set up collaborations
(2) Provide an opportunity for ANZPRA members including ECRs to showcase their research
(3) Update ANZPRA members on key advances emerging in the field around the globe
If you are attending ESA - SRB Annual Scientific Meeting as well, please visit the ASM Accommodation page for available options. Accommodation can be booked via your registration profile whilst completing your registration for ESA-SRB and ANZPRA Satellite.
If you are only attending the ANZPRA Satellite and would like to sceure some accommodation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or + 61 3 5983 2400
|VENUE AND LOCATION
Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour
100 Murray St Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9934 0000
The Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour is conveniently located within walking distance of the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Powerhouse Museum, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, IMAX Theatre, Maritime Museum and The Star Casino. There are also lightrail and monorail services available directly adjacent to the hotel, for travel to the Sydney CBD and other famous Sydney destinations.
Getting to Darling Harbour
Located on the edge of Sydney CBD, it's easy to get to Darling Harbour by bus, train, ferry, monorail, lightrail, car, taxi or bicycle.
Take the train to Town Hall Station and exit south into Bathurst Street. A short downhill walk on Bathurst Street will take you directly to the new Darling Quarter, Tumbalong Park and the Sydney Visitor Centre.
When you enter Darling Harbour you'll be close to the IMAX Complex, Cockle Bay Wharf and Tumbalong Park.
For buses travelling through the CBD along Elizabeth, Castlereagh, George or York streets, alight the bus at Market, Park, Druitt, Bathurst or Liverpool streets.
If you walk down Market Street you will enter Darling Harbour close to the Pyrmont Bridge, Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife World and Cockle Bay Wharf.
Walk down Park and Druitt Streets and you will enter Darling Harbour close to Cockle Bay Wharf, the IMAX complex and the Sydney Visitor Centre.
The Bathurst Street entrance into Darling Harbour takes you to the new Darling Quarter, Tumbalong Park and the Sydney Visitor Centre.
The Liverpool Street entrance into Darling Harbour is adjacent to the new Darling Quarter, Tumbalong Park and the Chinese Garden.
Catch a ferry to Darling Harbour and alight at King Street Wharf, or Pyrmont Bay Wharf.
If you alight at King Street Wharf, you'll be close to Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf.
If you alight at Pyrmont Bay Wharf, you'll be close to National Maritime Museum, Harbourside and Sydney Convention Centre.
The monorail travels around the perimeter of Darling Harbour.
Alight at Darling Park Station for Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Cockle Bay Wharf and King Street Wharf.
Alight at Harbourside Station for Australian National Maritime Museum and Harbourside.
Alight at Convention Centre Station for Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre and Harbourside.
Alight at Paddy's Market Station for Sydney Entertainment Centre, Powerhouse Museum and Paddy's Market.
The Lightrail travels between Central Station in the CBD and Lilyfield in the Inner West, stopping at a number of Darling Harbour stations.
Alight at Convention or Exhibition Station for Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Alight at Paddy's Market Station for Tumbalong Park, Powerhouse Museum and Chinese Garden.
Alight at Pyrmont Bay Station for Australian National Maritime Museum, Harbourside and Pyrmont Bay Park.
There are a number of secure, conveniently located parking stations throughout Darling Harbour.
Car parks are located in the following locations. For more information about each car park, simply click on the car park name.
You can also get driving directions to every car park in Darling Harbour. Simply click on the car park name below, enter the location you're travelling from in the 'From' field and press 'Go'. To print directions, click on the printer icon located to the right of the 'Go' button.
Entertainment car park
Exhibition Centre car park
Harbourside car park
Secure Parking, 383 Kent Street
Secure Parking, 320 Harris Street
Secure Parking, 234 Sussex Street
The Star car park
Wilson Parking, CitiPark
Wilson Parking, Darling Park
Wilson Parking, Market City
Wilson Parking, Jones Bay Wharf
Wilson Parking, 2 Market Street
Taxi ranks are positioned at Wheat Road, near the IMAX complex and Convention Place, which is behind Harbourside and adjacent to the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Darling Harbour is easily accessible by bicycle. Several bike racks are located around the perimeter of the precinct. See Darling Harbour precinct map.
Travelling within Darling Harbour
Moving from places of interest to parks and gardens or from your Darling Harbour accommodation to your choice of entertainment and leisure activities is easy.
Clear signage and site maps are conveniently located throughout Darling Harbour with services that include ATMs, bureau de change, disabled access, parent rooms, police station, Pyrmont Bridge pedestrian way, toilets and telephones clearly indicated.
People mover trains
This fun yet affordably priced mode of transport ($4.50 per adult and $3.50 per child) moves you from one end of Darling Harbour to the other via a regular service, operating from 10 am to 5 pm (6 pm in summer) daily.
People mover trains travel to all major attractions with a maximum of five trains operating at once. They're ideal for young and old alike. You can take a scenic tour or simply catch one to get from A to B. In addition people mover trains can service any function, corporate event, dinner, or cruise within Darling Harbour by prior arrangement.