Australian and New Zealand Society for Neuropathology Inc.
The Australian and New Zealand Society for Neuropathology was founded by the late Dr Ross McDonald Anderson from the University of Melbourne. In 1979 during the Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia, at which the late Professor Lucien Rubinstein was a guest speaker, Dr Anderson organised a meeting of all people interested in Neuropathology. All those who were present were the founding members of the ANZSNP. The late Professor Roland Rodda of Hobart was of great assistance in coordinating the Society. The Society's main purpose is to promote the study of diseases of the nervous system and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas and to advance the science and practice of Neuropathology in Australia and New Zealand in conjuction with the neuroscientists, clinicians and pathologists.
ANZSNP ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2016
“NEUROPATHOLOGY IN RESEARCH”
HOBART on Sunday 4th December 2016
Medical Sciences Lecture Theatre 2
Menzies Research Institute
FINAL PROGRAMME WITH ABSTRACTS
Please see attached document for the program
Registration Cost: $50.00
The registration form is not an online process.
Registration form ANZNSP ASM 2016 Registration Form.pdf
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for registration form.
Submit abstracts to email@example.com by 1st September 2016
Two travel fellowships will be awarded to the value of $250.00 for PhD students, based on abstract quality.
This ANZSNP Meeting precedes the Annual Neuroscience Meeting to be held in Hobart.
This satellite meeting will:
Provide an exciting series of talks by speakers well known in their fields of expertise.
Interconnect and engage those working in neuroscience in the area of neuropathology.
Provide an update on advances in neurodegenerative diseases.
Allow neuropathology trainees, young researchers and students to present their work.
Advance knowledge in new nervous system imaging techniques.
Showcase the neuropathology of difficult clinical neurodegenerative cases.
ALL WELCOME (Members and Non-Members)