AWCBR

Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research 2014


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We are pleased to be part of

Queenstown Research Week

 

AWCBR is supported by the Neurological Foundation of New Zealand

 

You are invited to attend the

32nd Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research

View over Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown

 

AWCBR is New Zealand's premier neuroscience gathering. In 2014 it will be held from 23-27 August at the Copthorne Resort Hotel, Queenstown, New Zealand. AWCBR encourages a multidisciplinary approach to neuroscience and is structured around early morning, late afternoon and evening sessions which leave your day free for interaction with other participants while enjoying the pleasures of New Zealand's most popular winter resort (skiing, jet-boating, bungy jumping, paragliding, hiking, rafting or just relaxing).

 

Snowboarder flying in the air, Queenstown Snowboarder creating snow shower

We sincerely hope you are able to accept our invitation to attend and participate in New Zealand's annual international Neuroscience conference.

AWCBR provides the opportunity for you to organise a symposium on your special topic of interest. Please contact Dr Jon Shemmell jon.shemmell@.otago.ac.nz if you plan to organise a symposium. 

Information regarding the AWCBR 2014 will be posted to our mailing list in December. Please indicate your interest by joining our mailing list by sending a message to awcbr@psy.otago.ac.nz.

The Site Index has links to programmes of previous meetings that give an indication of the range of topics typically presented by speakers at the AWCBR.

 

2013 Conference Programme

2012 Conference Programme

2011 Conference Programme

2010 Conference Programme


 

 

AWCBR

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Last Updated: October 2013
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