We look forward to sharing the knowledge and expertise of this wonderful National Keynote Speaker line up at the 2018 APS 38th and NZPS Conjoint ASM, to be held at the International Convention Centre, Sydney this April.

Professor Simon Brookes

Brookes, SimonProfessor Simon Brookes is a Professor of Human Physiology at Flinders University. He was awarded his PhD in 1984 for studies on the nervous system of insects. From this he developed a continuing interest in simple neural circuits. He did post-doctoral research in the Royal London Hospital, then moved to Flinders University in 1988.  He has been funded by senior research fellowships from the Gastroenterological Society and NHMRC of Australia.  In 2005, he was appointed Professor and Head of Human Physiology at Flinders University. Simon’s research focusses on how nerve cells work together to give coordinated control of the organs of the body and how they go wrong in disease.

Professor Brookes will present Peripheral axonal structure: Studies of the business end of nociceptors.

We are delighted to have Professor Brookes involved in 2018 APS 38th and NZPS Conjoint ASM. We hope you will be able to attend and enjoy everything this ASM has to offer.

Registrations are now open!

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