View Full Version : First Announcement: ABC6 in Auckland, New Zealand

Drew Smith, Phd
03-08-2006, 06:23 AM
**Apologies for any cross-postings **

The 6th Biennial Australian and New Zealand Society of Biomechanics
Conference (ABC6)

Dates: 15 - 17 February, 2007
Host: Department of Sport and Exercise Science
Location: The University of Auckland, City Campus

email: aw.smith@auckland.ac.nz

Keynote Speaker

Brian L. Davis, PhD
The Cleveland Clinic | Lerner Research Institute

Topic Areas

Bone and Hard Tissue Biomechanics
Cardiovascular and Respiratory Biomechanics
Cellular and Molecular Biomechanics
Connective Tissue Biomechanics
Motor Control
Orthopaedic Biomechanics
Rehabilitation Biomechanics
Sport Biomechanics

Abstract Deadline: 1 October 2006


Uwe Kersting, PhD u.kersting@auckland.ac.nz
Drew Smith, PhD aw.smith@auckland.ac.nz
Sharon Walt, PhD s.walt@auckland.ac.nz

ABC6 will feature a full day (Saturday, 17 February 2007) of
clinically-relevant presentations and workshops specifically targeted at
allied health professionals.

Please mark your calendars and watch for further announcements throughout



Department of Sport & Exercise Science
University of Auckland, Tamaki Campus East
Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand
Office: 09 373-7599 x86849 [Int'l: +64 9 373-7599 x86849]
Fax: 09 373-7043 [Int'l: +64 9 373-7043]
Mobile: 021 264-9790 [Int'l: +64 21 264-9790]

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