Planning has commenced for the Annual Diagnostics Workshop (ADW) 2024, which will be held during the week of 18 March 2024 in Brisbane (venue TBC). The annual ADW event provides the opportunity for National Plant Biosecurity Diagnostic Network (NPBDN) members to improve their skills, exchange tips and techniques, share knowledge, and to network with colleagues.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
A call for abstracts for ADW 2024 is now open to all NPBDN members. The abstract should be a maximum of 350 words (not including title, authors or organisations), and be submitted by no later than 16 October 2023.
Abstracts are being sought from all NPBDN members including those from industry, universities, research and development corporations, government and research institutions. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Network Implementation Working Group (NIWG), with successful abstracts confirmed early December 2023.
ADW 2024 abstracts must address the theme “Challenges of unculturables and their vectors”. Submit your abstract via the Abstracts and EOI registration link below.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST TO ATTEND
Members who do not intend to submit an abstract are welcome to attend ADW 2024. Please submit your expression of interest to attend via the Abstracts and EOI registration link below no later than 16 October 2023.
|Call for abstracts open||Monday 18 September 2023|
|EOI to attend ADW 2024 open||Monday 18 September 2023|
|Abstract submissions close||Monday 16 October 2023|
|EOI to attend ADW 2024 close||Monday 16 October 2023|
|Notification of approval of successful abstracts by NIWG||Monday 4 December 2023|
|Registrations and travel applications FOR ADW 2024 open||Monday 4 December 2023|
|Registrations and travel applications close||Monday 22 January 2024|
|ADW 2024 event (Venue to be confirmed)||Week commencing 18 March 2024|
ADW 2024 is exclusive to NPBDN members. Registrations of interest to attend close 16 October 2023, so register today.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you there!