Pre Oct 2014

08 Apr 14

Cutting Edge Ageing Research - Tasmania

Post-graduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Health at the University of Tasmania will be presenting their most recent findings. This lecture series showcases the diversity of our PhD students who will present three different age-related research topics, including environmental aspects of cognition, dementia and delirium. In this seminar you will hear from some of Tasmania' leading emerging researchers relating to their current research:

    Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, UTAS
    Research Title: Environmental and genetic contributors to cognitive reserve
    Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, UTAS
    Research Title: The architecture and wellbeing for ageing, dementia and dying
    School of Health Sciences, UTAS
    Research Title: Delirium - the lived experience

Presentations will run from 4:00pm to 5:00pm, with time for questions after each presenter. Please join us for refreshments and networking from 5:00pm to 6:00pm so you can meet with other health professionals and researchers interested in ageing issues.

Event Details

To download a copy of the flyer and registration form, please click here

Event Date & Time: Tuesday 8th April 2014, 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Event Location: Hosted at UTAS, Hobart or Livestreamed at Burnie or Launceston, TAS

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: 24th Mar 14 12:00 AM

Your Investment

Member: FREE
Member Student/Concession: FREE
Non Member: $20.00
Non Member Student/Concession: $10.00 (Enter the Code "Student Discount" before making final payment to receive this discounted price)

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