Upcoming events

The Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences hosts regular seminars, conferences and other research-related events. Many of these events are open to the general public.

Upcoming conferences and symposia (organised by the faculty)

Seminars, lectures and workshops - Open to faculty staff and students only

World Mental Health Day, 10 Oct 2016

Join AUT staff and specialists in the field of mental health for a celebration of World Mental Health Day.

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Conferences and lectures and workshops - Open to all

THE ARTHRITIS INFORMATION SERIES: APRIL - SEPTEMBER 2016

The Arthritis Information Series will start again from Wednesday 13 April 2016 and will be held in the foyer of AF Building, North Campus. 6pm to 7pm supper and support group, Presentation 7pm to 8.15pm. Other dates are: 4 May, 1 June, 27 July, 24 August, 23 September 2016.

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NEW ZEALAND APPLIED NEUROSCIENCES CONFERENCE: 24-26 NOVEMBER 2016

We are pleased to announce the fourth biennial New Zealand Applied Neurosciences Conference to be held 24-26 November 2016, in Auckland, New Zealand.

This conference aims to advance knowledge and bridge the gap between epidemiological, clinical and translational neuroscience to reduce the burden of neurological disorders in New Zealand and internationally.

We’re now accepting abstract submissions and registrations. For more information, please see the attached or head straight to www.nzanc.aut.ac.nz.

Keynote Speakers include:
Professor Bo Norrving - Lund University, Sweden
Dr George Mensah - National Institutes of Health, United States

We’re also pleased to announce the involvement of researchers from Ageing Well (National Science Challenge) and Brain Research New Zealand (BRNZ). We look forward to seeing you at NZANC 2016 for an enlightening 3 days.

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Last updated: 27-Sep-2016 4.39pm

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