This free workshop will focus on the latest developments in antibody engineering across a variety of applications that include diagnostic/bioanalytical reagents and associated medical devices, imaging/theranostics, biologic medicines and targeted nanomedicines. This seminar workshop, run jointly by the ARC Training Centre for Biopharmaceutical Innovation, University of Queensland and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Convergent Bio-Nano Science & Technology, Monash University, will include presentations from invited experts from across the field.

Confirmed Speakers List

  • Dr Trent Munro (AMGEN)
  • Dr Evan Shave (Patheon Biologics)
  • Dr Catherine Owczarek (CSL Ltd)
  • Dr Melinda Dean (Australian Red Cross Blood Service)
  • A/Prof Joanne Macdonald (University of the Sunshine Coast)
  • Dr Douglas Campbell (Minomic International Ltd) Dr Simon Puttick (AIBN/CSIRO)
  • Prof Peter Hudson (AVIPEP)
  • Prof Kirill Alexandrov (Institute for Molecular Biosciences)
  • Dr Tianlei Ying (Fudan University, Shanghai)

Register (for catering purposes)


This is a satellite event to the international conference on BioNano Innovation

About International Conference on BioNano Innovation

The intersection of Biology with Nanoscience and Nanotechnology currently represents one of the most exciting wellsprings of scientific innovation, and is also a major stimulus for a plethora of high value technologies and industries. By combining the two largest conferences in the world which focus on this scientific frontier, NanoBio Australia 2017 will feature a diverse array of multi-disciplinary science designed to connect world-leading scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs working in this space.

Learn more at the ICBNI Website