Applications for satellite meetings to be run in partnership with the ANS Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) are now open. Satellite Meeting organisers are entitled to claim $20 per meeting registrant in subsidy, up to a maximum of $1,000 for the purpose of reducing the meeting registration fees.
Please read the full Policy for ANS ASM Satellite Meetings for more information. Organisers must complete an online Expression of Interest Form as soon as possible, and no later than two weeks prior to the Satellite Meeting.
We invite researchers to attend the newly formed satellite meeting, Cellular and Molecular Advances in Neurodegeneration (CAMAND) immediately prior to the ANS Conference (Dec 3-4, at the Queensland Brain Institute). This meeting aims to bring together researchers in Australia and New Zealand investigating topics of molecular and cellular mechanisms of ageing, neurodegeneration, dementia and fundamental mechanisms allied to that.
The meeting will include talks, posters and a workshop (details TBC) aimed at facilitating networking opportunities for all levels of researchers from graduate students to established lab heads.