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Drew Smith (university Of Auckland)
11-24-2004, 09:49 AM

[Please excuse the cross-postings]

Two announcements:

First, the full programme and abstracts are now available on the conference
website: http://movement-analysis.com/Auckland_2005. We are very pleased to
announce that we have three Keynote Speakers in this year's meeting. They are:

Dr Tom Novacheck (University of Minnesota, USA). Dr. Novacheck is a primary
instructor for orthopaedic surgery residents rotating through Gillette
Children's Specialty Healthcare, as well as a frequent speaker on gait issues at
conferences, Grand Rounds at the University and the Pediatric section of the
Core Curriiculum at the University of Minnesota.

Prof Thomas Sinkjśr (Aarlborg University, Denmark). Prof Sinkjśr is Director
and Professor, Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction at Aarlborg University in

Dr Bernadette Murphy (University of Auckland, New Zealand). Dr Murphy is Senior
Lecturer (Motor Control and Learning) in the Department of Sport and Exercise
Science at the University of Auckland. As well, she heads up the Department's
newest initiative in Exercise Rehabilitation.

Second, the Early-Bird Deadline for registration is quickly approaching (1
December 2004) so please have a look at our programme and be sure to register to
save $$$.


Drew Smith, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Biomechanics

Movement Analysis 2005: Building Bridges

Department of Sport & Exercise Science
University of Auckland, Tamaki Campus
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