30th International Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research

As usual, there will be intensive morning, late afternoon, and evening sessions with a light breakfast and afternoon tea for those who have just rolled out of bed or off the ski field. To achieve maximal interdisciplinary interaction, there will be no parallel sessions. As noted above, the middle of the day is left free for the many activities available at Queenstown. The evening break allows sufficient time to sample from the selection of excellent restaurants. Each year the conference attracts participants from Australia, Europe, Japan, New Zealand and North America. All participants are encouraged to present a paper and we will create symposia to accommodate papers as necessary. Our purpose is to encourage interaction between a wide range of academic and clinical brain research disciplines including anatomy, biochemistry, kinesiology, neural modelling, neurology, pharmacology, physiology, and psychology.
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25 Aug - 29 Aug 2012
Queenstown
New Zealand
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