DOHaD ANZ 2019 Symposium

The DOHaD ANZ 2019 Symposium “Understanding Mechanisms Guiding Interventions: Developmental Physiology Approaches” held at the University of Melbourne on October 24th aims to attract DOHaD 2019 Congress participants and local researchers engaged in developmental physiology research.

Our program allows DOHaD speakers, participants and local researchers to provide up to date insight into key and emerging areas of developmental physiology to guide intervention strategies. Plenary presentations by Prof Melissa Little, Dr Amanda Sferruzzi-Perri and Dr Elena Zambrano will set the scene of our symposia, which also integrates invited presentations from local and international early- and mid-career researchers (Enzo Porrello, Clare Reynolds, Tina Bianco-Miotto, Anthony Hannan, James Cuffe, Jessica Griffith, Lisa Stinson, Beth Allison).

Importantly, there is an opportunity for Trainees (students or <10 years post PhD) to have an invited Bus Stop presentation of their research and to network with this targeted group of researchers (abstract submission required).

Please consider attending the DOHaD Congress and view the program and speakers and submit a “Late Breaking Abstract”.

Organising Committee: Prof Mary Wlodek and Dr Jessica Griffith, Department of Physiology, University of Melbourne

Registration Cost: no charge; registration essential given venue capacity (250) and catering

Details: for links for registration, program and Trainee abstract submission


Sponsor: Department of Physiology, School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, The University of Melbourne