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XVIth LBBB

22-25 March 2020

LBBB IS A YOUNG INVESTIGATOR SATELLITE MEETING TO FNM2020, ADELAIDE

Little Brain Big Brain is a meeting on neurogastroenterology organised by and for young investigators in the field. It has a long-standing tradition of encouraging scientific discussion and forging scientific collaborations. Many former participants of LBBB have become world-renowned scientific leaders. The XVIth LBBB takes place in Port Elliot, near Adelaide, Australia from 22-25 March 2020

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Hurry, applications for LBBB2020 will close 7th July 2019!

 

We encourage all early/mid career researchers to apply! This includes last-year PhD students, post-docs or junior faculty members within 7 years* of receiving terminal degree (MD, PhD). 

Applicants from basic, clinical and industry research will be accepted.

Topics include, but are not limited to: developmental studies, inflammation, functional disorders, gut-brain axis, therapy and drug discovery. 

To apply, please find more information

*Career disruptions and other extenuating circumstances will be considered

 

VENUE

The XVIth LBBB will be held at the YHA in Port Elliot, Australia. Custom to previous meetings, LBBB2020 will be held at a remote location to will allow maximal interaction between participants, both during and outside the scientific sessions. All LBBB participants are required to register for the FNM2020 meeting in Adelaide, which is held immediately after LBBB. We will provide transport from and to Adelaide (1 hr drive).

 
 

OUR SPONSORS

We'd like to thank our sponsors for their generous contributions that make this meeting possible! 

Platinum sponsors

Interested in sponsoring this young investigator meeting? Call for sponsorship for LBBB2020 is now open! Contact us!

 

Organising committee

In a long-standing tradition, LBBB is organised by and for young researchers. We are a group of five enthusiastic Australian scientists, honoured to contribute to the LBBB tradition. We strive to organise an inspiring meeting, memorable for the participants in forging scientific collaborations for years to come.

 

Simona Carbone

Monash University

Marlene Hao

University of Melbourne

Jaime Foong

University of Melbourne

Lincon Stamp

University of Melbourne

Luke Grundy

Flinders University

 

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