LIMS Tour on Day of Immunology

As part of the Day of Immunology, the La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science (LIMS) invites you into the laboratories and behind the scenes of our world-class research facility.

Join our PhD students and researchers for an in-depth Discovery Tour or a shorter Facility Tour of LIMS at La Trobe University.

Sunday 1 May, 2022
From 10am
Level 1, LIMS 1 Building
(Meet on level 1, foyer area (near Hoogenraad Auditorium)
La Trobe University, Bundoora

Discovery Tour ~   now full (places on Facility tour - below - available)

The Discovery Tour provides a unique opportunity for the community to find out about medical research, see our state-of-the-art facilities, learn about our exciting discoveries and talk to passionate scientists about their research:

  • Guest lectures by leading researchers
  • Interactive research demonstrations
  • Tour the research and teaching facilities

Schedule:

Sunday 1 May, 2022

  • 9.45am    Registration
  • 10.00am  Welcome by Professor Stephanie Gras
  • 10.20am  Safety and case study
  • 10.30am  Discovery Tour
  • 12.10pm  Light refreshments

Places are at capacity. Please feel free to join our Facility Tour, details below.

Facility Tour

The Facility Tour provides a brief introduction to the facilities and work of LIMS.

  • Tour the research and teaching facilities
  • Meet our researchers

Schedule:

Sunday 1 May, 2022

  • 11.00am   Facility Tours begin (approx. 20min per tour)
  • 12.10pm   Light refreshments

Register for Facility Tour (essential)

Getting to the Institute

The La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science (LIMS) is located at the La Trobe University Melbourne Campus, Science Drive, Bundoora, VIC 3086.

Level 1, LIMS 1 Building (see map)
Meet on level 1, foyer area (near Hoogenraad Auditorium)

Parking is free on campus during the weekend. Car Park 8 is the closest to the building.

What to wear

Please wear closed toe flat sole shoes.

The LIMS Open Day is part of the International Day of Immunity, supported by the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology (ASI).

For more information on Day of Immunology visit www.dayofimmunology.org.au