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An invitation to the SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland for ANS 2011

From Louise Nicholson, Chair, Organising Committee

[an error occurred while processing this directive]New Zealand is the exciting location for the 31st Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society. It is world renowned for its diverse landscapes, pristine wilderness and exciting outdoor activities.

ANS 2011

Key Dates

Abstract submission deadline:

22 October 2010

End of earlybird registration deadline:

22 October 2010

Guaranteed Hotel Reservation Deadline:

08 December 2010

Registrations must be made onsite after:

27 January 2011

ANS 2011:

31 January -03 February 2011

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The conference will be held in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city which is set on the beautiful Hauraki Gulf and is home to three of New Zealand’s eight major universities.

Our Plenary Lecturers for this international meeting are Tobias Bonhoeffer of the Max-Planck-Institut für Neurobiologie, Peter Dunkley of the University of Newcastle,Terence O'Brien of the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Seong Seng Tan of the University of Melbourne. The symposia, oral communications and posters will reflect the cutting edge of neuroscience in New Zealand, Australia and overseas.

[an error occurred while processing this directive]Located under the landmark Sky Tower, the forthcoming venue at Sky City Convention Centre is close to major tourist attractions such as the historic Auckland Museum and bustling recreational waterfront. Dubbed 'The City of Sails', Auckland is set on a narrow volcanic isthmus of land between the Waitemata and Manukau harbours, frequently dotted with yachts and pleasure boats.

The blend of islands, Polynesian culture, glistening harbours and modern city environment creates a lifestyle ranked amongst the best in the world. Surrounded by hills and bush land, Auckland offers diverse natural beauty from the golden sands of the East Coast beaches to the black sands of the West Coast and the spectacular Hauraki Gulf with its many islands.

We invite you to come to ANS 2011 and discover why Auckland is one of the best places in the world to live - and visit.

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