SEPTEMBER, 4 - 5 | MARINA PUTRAJAYA, MALAYSIA
This is a brief outline of our 2 days preliminary programme at Marina Putrajaya, Malaysia. Our conference features a keynote speech, two plenary speeches and themed based symposiums. Read more...
Save these important dates in your diaries! Our conference will be held on the 4th and 5th of September 2019. Don't miss out the early bird registration. Read more...
International and local speakers with their renowned anatomy research expertise will be one of the highlights of this conference. Read more...
Enjoy delicious local cuisine on an evening cruise with spectacular view of Putrajaya lake. Read more...
Successful abstract will be published in Medicine and Health, UKM Medic Faculty Journal (indexed in ESCI: e-ISSN 2289-5728). Read more...
Our programme is CPD-accredited, providing opportunity for delegates to accumulate 16 CPD points.
On behalf of the organising committee, it is my utmost pleasure to invite everyone to the Malaysian Anatomical Association Conference, MAAC 2019, to be held from 4th-5th September 2019 at the Marina Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The 2-day conference with a theme of “Paradigm of Translational Research in Anatomy” aims to disseminate the archetype of Anatomy translational research and highlight the teaching learning methodologies of this imperative subject. This conference shall provide a platform for anatomists, academicians, clinicians, postgraduate students and medical related personnel who are actively involved in the Anatomy research and education. Hence, MAAC 2019 inculcates an opportunity for future networking and collaboration in research and innovative teaching methods.
MAAC 2019 covers a wide spectrum of key research areas which include cell biology, neuroscience, developmental biology, clinical anatomy and medical education. Invited national and international speakers will share their valuable research findings during this event. A series of platform and poster presentations are included for the delegates to highlight their research findings.
Apart from sharing research ideas, the delegates have a chance to stimulate the taste buds to a variety of multicultural Malaysian cuisine and also enjoy a banquet dinner on the scenic lake cruise of Putrajaya.
Looking forward to seeing you.
Prof Dr Norzana Abd Ghafar
25 January 2019
We welcome abstract submission for all topics below.
Anatomists in Translational Research: Past, Present and Future
Role of Osteology in Translational Research
In Vitro Culture as a Basis for Translational Research