Booking Information


Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall

-Yokohama, Japan


10-12 Oct 2018


Health & Medical

Reference No


Australia now at BioJapan 2018

About the event:

BioJapan (held alongside Regenerative Medicine Japan) will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2018. The event has been a critical platform for industry and academic experts in the drug discovery, personalised medicine, regenerative medicine and diagnostics sectors. In 2017, BioJapan had 900+ exhibitors and attracted 15,000+ visitors to the conference which is regarded as the biggest international conference in this field in Asia.

Austrade will coordinate Australia’s presence at BioJapan 2018. In conjunction with AusBiotech, the Australian Government aims to increase awareness of Australia’s Life Sciences sector, high quality research capabilities, and position Australia’s biotech expertise to Japanese and international audiences. The aim is to enhance further collaboration between Australia and Japanese life sciences and medical research communities.

Our involvement is sponsored by DFAT’s Australia now program to showcase Australia in Japan in 2018.

Who should participate:

Australian organisations involved in:

  • human therapeutics
  • drug development
  • clinical trials services providers and CROs
  • regenerative medicine and cell therapies
  • pharmaceuticals
  • medical research.
Austrade package:

For detailed information about this event and the participation package, please refer to the event brochure.

How to apply:

Apply to participate in this event using the register button below.

Acceptance of your application is not confirmed until you have received formal notification from Austrade. Austrade is not bound to accept any application and shall only do so at its sole discretion so as to best facilitate export and foreign direct investment.

Application deadline:

31 August 2018

Travel details:

Australian travellers should be aware of the increased threat of terrorism globally and should consult the Australian Government’s General Advice to Australian Travellers, which is available at

All Australians travelling overseas, whether for tourism or business or for short or long stays, are encouraged to register with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) before travel. The registration information provided by you will help DFAT to find you in an emergency – whether it is a natural disaster, civil disturbance or a family emergency. It may also be used to pass other information to you, such as: new travel advisories, notice of elections and information on other matters relevant to travellers and expatriates.

Australian citizens can register online at

Please note:

Austrade will only work with clients that maintain appropriate business ethics, and demonstrate a commitment to legal obligations including anti-bribery laws, both in Australia and overseas markets. For further information, please visit

In partnership with: Australia_now     AusBiotech    Victoria_State_Government      MTP_Connect
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