IRNet Showcase
Program
Day 1: September 29

Day 1 Livestream Link (Click Here)
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Our Voice - Our Research - Our Future

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Registration

8 - 8:30am

Welcome

8:30 - 9am


Session 1: National First Nations Research Network

9 - 10am



Morning Tea

10 - 10:45am


Session 2: Emerging Diseases, Vaccinations and Trust

10:45am - 12pm


Lunch

12 - 12:45pm


Session 3: Abstract Presentations

12:45 - 3pm


Afternoon Tea

3 - 3:30pm


Session 4: Indigenous Genomics and Data Sovereignty

3:30 - 4:50pm


Cocktail Party at the Charles Perkins Centre

5 - 7pm


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Both the IRNet Showcase and Capability Building Day are accessible, with lift access, Auslan interpreters and closed captioning.

The Black Cockatoo Feather

The Black Cockatoo feather symbolises connectedness, abundance and the rejuvenation of energy and spirit.

A familiar and well-loved bird, the Black Cockatoo is found across Australia often hailing the onset of rain.

Illustrated by Wiradjuri man, Paul Gilsenan.