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Come along to the ACT Research Symposium

Join us at the annual ACT Research Symposium for a rich program filled with emerging research.

Our keynote speaker should not be missed:
Professor Rob Herbert

Rob is the Senior Principal Research Fellow at Neuroscience Research Australia, Honorary Professorial Fellow at the George Institute for Global Health and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science. Hear from leaders in the field and spend the day sharing new research from around Australia.

Passive mechanical properties of muscles

Research conducted using ultrasound and MRI imaging will be summarised, with the aim of better understanding the mechanisms that determine the extensibility of muscles, both in normal muscles and muscles of people with contractures.

New methods to answer new questions

A non-technical introduction to new research designs and methods for analysing research studies, with consideration on new questions these studies could answer.

View the programdownload the flyer and register here.

Date: Saturday 2 September 2017

Venue: Ann Harding Conference Centre
            University of Canberra, Building 24
            University Drive South
            Bruce ACT 2600

Time: 8.30am – 4.00pm

Price: APA Member $95.00
          Student Member $45.00
          Non-Member $190.00
          Other Association Members $145.00

You can contact the NSW/ACT Branch with any questions:
p: 02 8748 1507


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