RAM Conference on the Gold Coast, August 2018

Institute of Glycomics, Griffith University Gold Coast Campus

Saturday 25th – Sunday 26th August 2018

Click here for the (printable) flyer

Please register and complete payment for your attendance by following these two steps:

  1. Please register your details via the online form
  2. Please scroll down to proceed to payment via RAWCS Project No: 60-2015-16 Conference Fees for Annual RAM Conference

Step 1 of 2

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Rotary or Rotaract Club (required)

Your Rotary District (required); please enter as a 4-digit number

Have you attend a RAM Conference before?
Yes I have attended beforeNo, this is my first RAM Conference

Why are you interested in attending?

Do you have a role in RAM? e.g. District Chair, Regional Coordinator

Would you be interested in taking a RAM role?
InterestedNot InterestedMaybe - ask me again at the end of the Conference!

What registration type do you require? Details as above:
Full Conference: $110Saturday Only: $55Sunday Only: $55Conference Dinner Only: $55

NUMBER of additional dinner guests (if applicable):

NAMES of additional dinner guests (if applicable); please separate each name with a comma:

Please calculate the total amount you will pay (your registration fee $110/$55 and any extra dinner guests at $55 per guest):

Are you interested in a one hour hands on malaria lab experience?


If yes please select your preferred time(s) on Saturday 25th Aug


If flying, at which airport will you arrive?

Brisbane (BNE)Gold Coast (OOL)Not yet confirmed

Step 2 of 2

After you click “Send registration”click here to Pay Now (will open in a new tab), to make the payment to Project No: 60-2015-16 Conference Fees for Annual RAM Conference. Please record your Receipt number.

Enquiries or assistance with registration:
Virginia Turner: [email protected] or Dave Pearson: [email protected]

Past Speakers (Sydney, August 2017)

 Ben Rickie Kiokimo (Director Health Promotion Department Solomon Islands Ministry of Health);

 Walter and Eliza Hall Institute Assoc. Prof. Harin Karunajeewa; 

 Dr Merita Monteiro (Timor Leste Ministry of Health);

 RAM PhD student Edgar Pollard;

 Prof Denis Shanks (Australian Army Malaria Institute);

  Dr Danielle Stanisic (Griffith Uni);

  Assoc. Prof Bayden Wood (Monash Uni);

  RAM PNG Program Manager Tim Freeman;