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On behalf of the Australian Physiological Society (AuPS), we extend an invitation to you to attend the 2013 conference hosted at Deakin University’s Waterfront Campus, Geelong, Victoria, Australia from Sunday 8th December to Wednesday 11th December.

We are delighted with the broad program that has been assembled: fifteen symposia spanning a range of physiological sciences; more than 10 international speakers; a physiological education symposium; oral free communication sessions; and poster free communication sessions. The meeting format will facilitate poster discussion and judging, and awards for student and post-doctoral presentations. Please consider communicating your latest research within these free communication formats.

We are honoured to have the following keynote lecturers:

  • AuPS Invited Lecturer

    Prof. Gordon Lynch:
    Basic & Clinical Myology Laboratory, Department of Physiology,
    The University of Melbourne.

    The Role of Physiology in Understanding Muscle Wasting, Adaptation and Plasticity

  • Invited Plenary Lecturer

    Prof Bjorn Knollmann
    E-C Coupling & Cardiac Arrhythmia Laboratory, School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University.

    Calcium and Arrhythmia: From Genes to Teens to Better Drugs

  • Michael Roberts Prize Lecturer (winner 2012)

    A/Professor David Saint,
    Department of Physiology, Medical School, University of Adelaide.

    Learning and teaching - the rear view mirror and the road ahead

This charming regional campus within easy access of Melbourne will welcome you to what will no doubt be a social and scholarly meeting of the AuPS, with all sessions and functions within walking distance of all local accommodation options as well as this delightful regional campus.

The welcome reception on the Sunday night features Prof. Lynch's plenary lecture, followed by drinks and food. There is a student social on Monday night, with the annual conference dinner on the Tuesday night at the spectacular Pier restaurant on Corio Bay with views of the historic campus and the surrounding seaside.

Registration includes the welcome reception, catered morning and afternoon breaks, all lunches, tea & coffee throughout the day, and of course the conference dinner.

Travel and accommodation information is already available for you to plan your attendance at this stand-alone AuPS meeting that should not be missed.

If you are not yet a member of our Society and would like to present your research, then you can register as a non-member and have a member sponsor your abstract. It will be to your financial advantage to join the society first. Consult the information on the Society’s membership pages.

On behalf of the Programming Committee & the Local Organizing Committee for the AuPS, 2013 conference.

Stuart Warmington
Chair of the AuPS Local Organizing Committee
Phone: +61-3-9251-7013

Recording Etiquette at Meetings

Society etiquette requires you to obtain permission from authors before taping, filming or photographing sessions or posters.

Registration Fees (AUD)

Note that a late fee of $185 now applies ($115 for students).
  • Full member $645 (+$185 late fee)
  • Full non-member $795 (+$185 late fee)
  • Student member $405 (+$115 late fee)
  • Student non-member $555 (+$115 late fee)


Registration is through the AuPS secure Website.

Abstract Submission

is closed.



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