Australian and New Zealand Society for Neuropathology Inc.
The Australian and New Zealand Society for Neuropathology was founded by the late Dr Ross McDonald Anderson from the University of Melbourne. In 1979 during the Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia, at which the late Professor Lucien Rubinstein was a guest speaker, Dr Anderson organised a meeting of all people interested in Neuropathology. All those who were present were the founding members of the ANZSNP. The late Professor Roland Rodda of Hobart was of great assistance in coordinating the Society. The Society's main purpose is to promote the study of diseases of the nervous system and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas and to advance the science and practice of Neuropathology in Australia and New Zealand in conjuction with the neuroscientists, clinicians and pathologists.
The 2014 ANZSNP 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in conjunction with the 39th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Division of the International Academy of Pathology Limited (IAP) to be held at the Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, from Friday 30th May - Sunday 1st June 2014.
THE GUEST SPEAKER IS INTERNATIONAL NEUROPATHOLOGIST, PROFESSOR GREGORY N. FULLER, FROM THE M.D. ANDERSON CANCER CENTRE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA.
ALL WELCOME. THIS IS AN OPEN MEETING (MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS).
For further information and registration details as they become available, please visit the IAP website www.iap-aus.org.au
THE INFORMATION ON THIS WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY BEING UPGRADED.
Bill Evans Memorial Young Investigator Award
This award was established in honour of Dr William (Bill) Evans, following his death in 2001. The recipient of the award is chosen from eligible candiates who present their research in the Oral Presentations at the ANZSNP Annual Scientific Meeting. This AU$300.00 award is to support scholarship and fellowship schemes designed to assist motivated graduates to pursue a research option.
Dr Bill Evans was a founding member of ANZSNP. He graduated from the University of Sydney (Medicine) in 1958 after having undertaken a BSc(Med) in Pathology. He trained in Pathology (Dip Clin Path and FRCPA) at Royal North Shore Hospital and following this spent two years at Queens Square studying neuropathology, where he worked with Bill Moir, a pioneer in electron microscopy. He was a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney until 1980. He also established the statewide neuropathology service at the Oliver Latham Laboratories and was a sessional neuropathologist at St Vincents, Westmead, Prince of Wales Hospitals and the Department of Forensic Medicine, Sydney. From 1991 he worked at the Department of Forensic Medicine, Sydney in a fulltime capacity and part-time from 1994.
2014 ANZSNP 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane
The ANZSNP 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in conjunction with the 39th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Division of the International Academy of Pathology Limited (IAP) at the Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, from Friday 30th May - Sunday 1st June 2014.
IAP website www.iap-aus.org.au
PROGRAM AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION
The guest speaker is International Neuropathologist,
Professor Gregory N. Fuller from the M.D. Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, Texas, USA.
ALL WELCOME. THIS IS AN OPEN MEETING
(MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS)
THIS WEBSITE IS SPONSORED BY DIANOVA.