Welcome to the highlight of the Brain and Mind Centre's academic year! Registrations are now open for the Brain and Mind Centre's 2021 Symposium.
This year's symposium will again be held virtually, over two half-day sessions. This year's theme invites presenters to discuss their work in the context of translation: how will researchers lead the brain and mind sciences through the translational pathway; from the lab to the living room, and beyond, into policy and through to healthier communities.
What does translational, people-centred research look like in a COVID world? What drives your field forward and what will constitute the major hurdles and significant wins?
Thursday 4 November, 9.15am to 1pm
Friday 5 November, 1:30 to 5pm
Click here to register. You will receive an invitation with a calendar invitation. Simply click 'open' then 'save' to download the link into your email calendars and you will be able to join any of the sessions using the same link.
If you have any technical queries please click here to contact the organisers.
Thank you for your interest and submissions. We received a record number of entries this year. The top 15 have been selected to present at the symposium and all posters submitted will be available on the button to the right following the announcement of winners on Thursday, 4th November.
Prizes will be given for the best posters in the following categories:
Please ensure posters meet the following guidelines:
Posters will be judged according to:
Deadline to be eligible for a prize: Friday 8th October 2021
For more information contact the Symposium Organising Committee.
With thanks to the academic organising committee: Prof. Leanne Togher, A/prof Fiona Kumfor, Dr Anand Gururajan, Dr Sudarshini Ramanathan