The Medical Sciences Congress (MedSci) is the premier meeting in New Zealand for research focused on the basic medical sciences and brings together experimental and clinical scientists from participating societies and interest groups whose members comprise some of the leading thinkers in basic biomedical research in New Zealand. MedSci usually attracts approximately 200 delegates and is fully integrated into Queenstown Research Week, which is expected to attract up to 1000 delegates.
Each participating group hosts their own sessions with joint symposia and plenary lectures. Between sessions, all Queenstown Research Week delegates come together for refreshments, allowing maximum opportunity for interdisciplinary discussions and networking at the extensive trades display. MedSci delegates may attend concurrent Queenstown Molecular Biology sessions free of charge, as well as Queenstown Molecular Biology satellite meetings and the Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research at reduced cost.
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