Brain Sciences UNSW Symposium 2016, Minding the Brain: translating research to practice

21 April 2016 - 8:30am – 21 April 2016 - 6:00pm  |  Leighton Hall, The John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW Kensington Campus (Map ref G19)

The annual Brain Sciences UNSW Symposium will be held on 21 April 2016 in Leighton Hall, The John Niland Scientia Building at The University of New South Wales.  The theme for the 11th  annual Symposium is Minding the Brain:  translating research to practice and will include presentations from researchers working with three National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Centres of Research Excellence held at UNSW.  

Professor Skye McDonald leads the "Centre in traumatic brain injury", Professor Maree Teesson, heads the "CRE in Mental Health and Substance Use: translating innovative prevention and treatment", and Professor  Helen Christensen leads the "CRE for improving suicide prevention in Australia through better implementation of effective interventions, improved risk identification and evidence informed policy". 

The invitation to attend is open to anyone with an interest in the brain sciences and neuroscience and you are welcome to extend an invitation to others who may be interested e.g. researchers from other organisations; students.  Registration fee for delegates is $130; registration fee for students (PhD, Masters, Undergraduate) is $50 (talk to your supervisor!).  Seating is limited and registrations will close when capacity is reached.  There will be a dedicated poster session for postgraduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

Click for program details, poster abstract guidelines, registration and poster abstract submission.

Poster Presentation: Postgraduate students and Postdoctoral fellowsAbstract submissions close Monday 14 March 5 pm.  It is essential to register before submitting an abstract. Submit your abstract HERE.

To find out more visit the Brain Sciences website http://brainsciences.unsw.edu.au/event/brain-sciences-unsw-symposium-201...

We look forward to seeing you at the Brain Sciences UNSW Symposium 2016.