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Welcome

Invitation from the Chair of the Conference

We extend a warm invitation to you to be part of ComBio2022 to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC). After a long pause in our plans, this will be a vibrant return to face-to-face scientific exchange with our colleagues*. ComBio2022 will be held in a spectacular arm of MCEC that is adjacent to the Yarra River and walking distance from numerous restaurants and cafes serving the widest imaginable variety of food. Melbourne is home to many sporting and cultural events and world class museums and galleries plus an aquarium are in the immediate vicinity. There is also an abundance of budget priced accommodation within walking distance of MCEC. ComBio in Melbourne in the Spring of 2022 should be a "must" for all.

*Covid-safe protocols will be in place as advised closer to the date

ComBio2022 incorporates the annual meetings of:

Conference Streams
  • Proteins, Peptides and Structural Biology
  • Plant Biology
  • Development, Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
  • Evolutionary and Ecological Genetics
  • Mechanisms of Disease
  • Genomics, Genome Editing and Systems Biology
  • Biochemistry and Metabolism
  • Cell Biology and Signalling
  • Education

We look forward to welcoming you to Melbourne.

Jackie Wilce
Chair ComBio2022

on behalf of the ComBio2022 Local Organizing Committee.

Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wurundjeri people, on which Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is built. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present.

COVID-19 STATEMENT
The Organising Committee is committed to taking all reasonable steps to provide the safest possible environment for participation at ComBio2022 by delegates, speakers, exhibitors, guests, employees and suppliers. All participants are required to be aware of and comply with any relevant COVID Safety Guidelines and protocols in place at the time of the meeting and these will be communicated in advance.
Social distancing where possible will be encouraged; hand sanitiser will be available onsite (and at each exhibition booth) and face masks will be provided and expected where practical. We also encourage self-testing by RAT as a pre-caution.
Importantly, at the time of the ComBio2022 meeting, if you are not feeling well and are displaying COVID-19 symptoms, we ask that you do not attend the Congress. We request you test accordingly for COVID-19 and notify the Secretariat combio@asbmb.org.au