Pre Oct 2014
Cutting Edge Ageing Research From UTAS PhD candidates and early career researchers
This event will feature some of Tasmania’s emerging researchers presenting cutting edge research on ageing. One early career researcher and three PhD candidates will share their research which spans a wide range of topics: from changes in functioning for people in nursing homes to enriched environments for mice with Alzheimer's disease.
This event will include presentations from 4:00pm to 5:00pm followed by networking, wine and cheese from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. Attending this event gives you an opportunity to
- Explore issues outside your day-to-day primary focus
- Develop your own network with Tasmania’s research community and health professionals interested in ageing issues.
- Support Tasmania’s emerging gerontology researchers
Dr Suanne Lawrence, Research Fellow, Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, University of Tasmania.
Kim Stuart, PhD Candidate, School of Psychology, University of Tasmania.
Alexandra King, Department of Rural Health, University of Tasmania.
Joanna Healy, School of Social Science, University of Tasmania.
To download a copy of the flyer and manual registration form click here
Event Date and Time:
Event Date & Time: 12 November 2013, 4pm to 6pm
Hosted at UTAS, Hobart or Livestreamed at Burnie or Launceston, Tasmania
Lecture Theatre Number 2, Medical Precinct, UTAS
17 Liverpool St, Hobart,7000, TAS
Livestreaming at Burnie:
Education video conference room CC.D214
Level 2, CCC Building D, 16 – 20 Mooreville Rd, Burnie 7320, TAS
Livestreaming at Launceston:
Education Video conference room NH.A001, Ground Floor, Education Building A, Newnham Drive, Newnham, Launceston 7248, TAS
Registrations Open: 8th Oct 13 12:00 AM
Registrations Close: 12th Nov 13 11:59 PM
AAG Members: Free
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