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Audio Visual and Speaker Checklist

Seminar rooms will be provided with a data projector, screen, lectern and laser pointer. Lapel microphone and handheld microphone will be available in the plenary room.  Please ensure your presentation is uploaded from a USB either before the start of the session, morning or afternoon tea or at lunchtime on the day of your presentation.

Presentation types & allotted times:

  • Plenary – 40 min TOTAL (35min presentation + 5min Q&A)
  • Keynote – 30 min TOTAL (25min presentation + 5min Q&A)
  • Invited & Oral   – 20 min TOTAL (15min presentation + 5min Q&A)

Poster presentations at the 14th International NanoMedicine Conference will take place in two sessions:

1)           Three minute poster presentation session from 3:50pm in Water @Pier One

  • Through this session presenters must succinctly highlight the unique aspects of your research, as well as comment on commercial opportunities using no more than four PowerPoint slides including title page.
  • Presenters in this session are eligible for one of five poster prizes to be judged during the session.
  • Presenters in this session must also display their posters in the traditional session (described below).

2)           Traditional poster display from 5:00pm in Water @Pier One

  • All poster presenters must display their poster in the traditional poster session, and be with their poster on Tuesday afternoon to discuss their work.
  • Poster boards will be available in the Boardroom for presenters to hang their posters during lunch on Tuesday. Poster boards will accommodate A0 size portrait posters.
  • Please collect your poster at the conclusion of the poster session, or from the registration desk on Wednesday.

3MT Poster Presentation Competition –  Tuesday 25th June 3:50-5pm, Water @Pier One.

Running Order – DRAFT

  1. Auriane Drack – Baker heart and diabetes institute – Joining Forces: Combining Stem-cell Derived Nanovesicles and Biomaterials for Cardiac Repair
  2. Philipp Graber – Children’s Cancer Institute – Ex Vivo Modelling of Paediatric Brain Tumours with Hydrogel Scaffolds
  3. Ramlah Khamis – The University of Queensland – Multiplex SERS-Lectin-Immunoassay for Oesophageal Adenocarcinoma Screening
  4. Praveen Lakhera – RMIT University – Nanomaterials based Microfluidics Integrated Glycated Haemoglobin Sensing Platform for Diabetes Management
  5. Siti Nur Asyura Adzlan – UNSW Sydney – Nitric Oxide-generating Coating on Biomedical Implants
  6. Niina Matthews – University of Technology Sydney – Biofabrication of Patient-Specific Cardiac Patches for Heart Failure
  7. Evelyn Szabo – UNSW Sydney – Cancer GLUTtony: The use of Glycopolymers and a Deadly Sin Worth Exploiting
  8. Thēátin van Leeuwen – UNSW Sydney – Metal Oxide Nanoparticles Encapsulated in Porous Polymer Microparticles for Modulating Hydrogen Sulfide Concentrations Towards Colorectal Cancer Treatment
  9. Neelam Vishwakarma – RMIT University, Melbourne – A Comparative Study of Conductometric and Electrochemical Sensing Platform for Early Ovarian Cancer Biomarker Detection
  10. Mahima Yadav – Deakin University – Investigations of the Synergistic Effects of Nanoparticles on Radiotherapy
  11. Xiuwen Zhang – UNSW Sydney – Biomimetic Colchicine Nanoparticles for Anti-atherosclerosis Therapy
  12. Lingqing Zong – UNSW Sydney – Oxygen-Vacancy-Rich MXene Nanonetworks: A Novel Strategy for Antimicrobial Sonodynamic Therapy