Australasian Brain & Psychological Sciences Meeting 2022

ECR events @ ABPS 2022

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Early Career Researcher AMA @ ABPS 2022

featuring Deborah Apthorp, Nonie Finlayson, Gareth Ball, Michael Milford

11 July 2022, 11am

St. Lucy’s, University of Queensland

Join us for a career-focused ‘Ask Me Anything’ session at the Australasian Brain and Psychological Sciences conference 2022.

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Early Career Researcher Social @ ABPS 2022

12 July 2022, 6pm

The Charming Squire, South Brisbane

Join us for a networking social event at the Australasian Brain and Psychological Sciences conference 2022.

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Immediately following the Siemens Healthineers – Ross Day Plenary Lecture, given by Prof. Gavan McNally (UNSW), a free chartered articulated-bus will be waiting to take Early- to Mid-Career Researchers to a social event at the Charming Squire, South Brisbane.

Please move promptly from the Plenary Lecture (Abel Smith Lecture Theatre) to the UQ Lakes busway station as the chartered bus is due to depart at 6:15PM.

The chartered bus can easily accommodate 100 people. If numbers exceed this, UQ staff and students in particular are encouraged to consider catching a public bus (Route 66) departing the UQ Lakes busway station at 6:10PM, alighting at South Brisbane ‘s Cultural Centre Busway Station (which is a very short walk away from the Charming Squire). Our interstate guests are unlikely to have a Translink Go card, so please consider this option if you are a Brisbane resident and space on the free chartered bus seems limited.

Attendees must make their own way back to their accommodation.

This social event is fully catered, and there will be a cash bar for alcohol consumption and other beverages. This social event is targeted at Early- to Mid-Career Researchers. While we leave it to your discretion to decide if this describes yourself, we would encourage anyone whose job title encompasses the word “Professor” to find another form of entertainment for the evening.

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