APS2019 EMail Econnect-02We look forward to sharing the knowledge and expertise of our wonderful National Keynote Speaker line up at the 2019 APS 39th ASM, to be held at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre, April 2019.

Professor Glenn King

King_Glenn_spiderGlenn is currently Professor and NHMRC Principal Research Fellow at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB), University of Queensland. Glenn grew up in Sydney, where he completed his PhD studies at the University Sydney before postdoctoral studies at the University of Oxford. After academic appointments at the University of Sydney and the University of Connecticut, he joined the IMB in 2007. Glenn’s interest lies in using animal venoms to explore the molecular architecture of nociceptive pathways in order to develop novel pain therapies. King_Glenn_For webHe has published three coauthored books, 19 book chapters, and 240 journal articles. Recent awards include the 2013 Beckman Coulter Discovery Science Award from the Australian Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, 2013 ASB Sir Rutherford Robertson Award from the Australian Society for Biophysics (ASB), 2015 Medal of the Australian & New Zealand Society for Magnetic Resonance (ANZMAG), and the 2016 IMB Impact Award for Discovery & Innovation. Glenn is a former President of ASB, former Chair of ANZMAG, and he has been an elected member of the Executive Council of the International Society for Toxinology since 2012. In his limited spare time, Glenn rides his road bike and plays guitar badly.

We are delighted to have Professor King involved in 2019 APS 39th ASM. We hope you will be able to attend and enjoy everything this ASM has to offer.

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