Registration NOW OPEN!
The Australasian Brain Stimulation Society is proud to invite you to ABSS2021. We regrettably had to postpone ABSS2020 that was planned to take place in Brisbane, July 2020. Given the continuing uncertainty regarding state borders and quarantine requirements, we have decided to hold ABSS2021 online from the 12-15 July 2021, to provide a conference environment that will be accessible for all registrants.
We are working on a virtual platform that will enable you to watch keynote from internationally renowned scientists and clinicians, take part in live Q&A sessions and panel discussions, watch videos from our sponsors, and network with other attendees.
The event will be held over four half days, with two am sessions and two pm sessions.
Monday 12th July: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Tuesday 13th July: 9:00am to 12:30 pm
(Student and ECR Networking event from 12:30pm to 2:30pm)
Wednesday 14th July: 12 noon to 5:00pm
Thursday 15th July: 9:00am to 1:30pm
Featuring international and national keynote speakers, symposia and talks by brain stimulation researchers and clinicians, and most importantly, the opportunity to develop and extend collaborative links. There will also be awards provided to the best presentations, and a student and early career researcher networking event.
While we are disappointed that we cannot hold the conference in-person in 2021, we are very much looking forward to welcoming you virtually to ABSS2021 in July.
Event Code of Conduct
ABSS is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable event experience for all participants, and a welcoming environment for free discussion of ideas. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any related concerns, please immediately contact anyone on the ABSS Committee
Professor Charlotte Stagg
University of Oxford
Oscillations and inhibition: towards an understanding of the neurophysiology of motor learning.
A/Professor Flavio Frohlich
University of North Carolina
Targeting Brain Rhythms in Psychiatry
Professor Jason Mattingley
University of Queensland
Investigating the impact of brain stimulation on brain function in healthy adults.
Dr Ashleigh Smith
University of South Australia
The ageing neuromuscular system and the effects of activity
We are working on a virtual platform that will enable you to watch keynotes from internationally renowned scientists and clinicians, take part in live Q&A sessions and panel discussions, watch videos from our sponsors, and network with other attendees.
- Registration Opens 3 March 2021
- Symposium Abstract Submission Closes 9 May 2021, 5:00pm AEST
- Oral/Poster Abstract Submission Closes 4 June 2021, 5:00pm AEST
- ABSS2021 Award Applications Close 9 May 2021, 5:00pm AEST
Registration NOW OPEN
Registration cost will include access to all sessions and ABSS membership renewal until the next conference.