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Australasian Chronobiology Society 2017 Meeting

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The Venue Waiheke

21 The Strand

Waiheke, Auckland 1081

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14th Annual Scientific Meeting

“Island Time!”

The 14th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Chronobiology Society will be held from the 23rd – 24th of October 2017 on Waiheke Island in New Zealand, an easy 30 minute ferry ride from the centre of Auckland city.

The meeting will take place at ‘Venue Waiheke’, situated right on the edge of the picturesque Onetangi Beach.

On the afternoon of the 23rd, we will hear from the first of two keynote speakers, Professor Russell Foster, Sleep & Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi), Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences OMPI, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford.

Professor Foster’s talk will be followed by a poster session and welcome drinks at the venue.

The main conference day (24th October) will run from 9am ‘til 5pm, with our second keynote address being delivered by Professor Steve Kay, Provost Professor of Neurology, Biomedical Engineering and Biological Sciences, Director of Convergent Bioscience, University of Southern California. To close out the main day, attendees will be invited to join us for a conference dinner, with the cost of the dinner included in the registration fee.

To encourage early registration, this year tickets will initially be available at a reduced cost, with tickets purchased in the month prior to the conference increasing to $100 for students and $150 for others.

Abstract submissions will open Monday July 3rd. Please note that abstract submissions will open and close earlier this year to allow speakers adequate time to make travel arrangements.

Stay tuned for more updates!
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