Adelaide, Thursday 22 November 2018, 9:00am to 5:00pm
The inaugural South Australian Satellite Research Symposium provides a platform for South Australian honours, PhD and early career researchers to showcase findings in neuroscience. This is a valuable opportunity for delegates to present their work within a supportive and relaxed environment, and for feedback leading to ideas that will improve the quality of future presentations and publications.
In addition, this event will serve as a networking platform for higher degree and post-doctoral training opportunities with some of the most prominent research groups in SA, and for peers with closely aligned interests and passion for neuroscience research.
Including presentations from leading local neuroscientists, the event will also include an afternoon workshop followed by an award ceremony and opportunity to network with peers over beers.
Lunch and drinks provided through registration.
Registration open to ANS members and non-members from all areas. Please note if you have submitted an abstract for ANS 2018, you are still eligible to submit an abstract for the SA ANS Satellite Research Symposium!
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Prices are inclusive of GST and stated in Australian dollars.
Registrations close Friday 16 November 2018
The ANS Student Body Council would like to welcome the following invited speakers to the South Australian ANS Satellite Research Symposium:
Plenary: Dr Sarah Cohen-Woods (Flinders University)
Neuropsychology: Dr Valeria Bellan (University of SA)
Neuropathology: Dr Lyndsey Collins-Praino (University of Adelaide)
Systems Neuroscience: A/Prof Karin Nordstrom (Flinders University)
Everything Else Neuroscience!: Prof Nick Spencer (Flinders University
Call for Abstracts
You must register to attend the South Australian ANS Research Symposium before you are able to submit an abstract (oral or poster). View the Abstract Terms and Conditions here.
If you would like to submit an abstract but haven't yet registered, please go to the registration page.