The 2014 BPA Conference will be held from 13 – 14 October 2014 at the AMREP Centre, Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, hosted by MAPrc.
The Biological Psychiatry Australia local conference organising committee is pleased to present the final program for the 2014 meeting. Please click here for more details.
Guidelines for presenters can be found here.
Whilst we will try to minimise any changes to the program, there are sometimes circumstances beyond our control. Any changes to the program will be made available at the registration desk. Chairpersons will also announce any changes in sessions.
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be served in the foyer area.
The Registration Desk is located in the foyer of the AMREP education centre. It will be open for registration at following times:
Monday 13th October: 8.15am – 10.00am
Tuesday 14th October: 8.15am – 10.00am
Early bird registration for BPA is now closed.
Full registration prices are listed below. Click the relevant button to register.
Students members should provide either a photocopy of their student card or letter of endorsement from their supervisor.
Early career researchers will be no longer than 5 years post-PhD and must provide a letter of support from their supervisor.
Registration closes 6pm (EST) 10th October, 2014.
Important! All presenters who have been offered a poster presentation must register by 26th September 2014 otherwise their abstract will be withdrawn and no poster board will be available.
To become a member, please go to our membership page
For full members of the society.
early career member
For early career researcher members within 5 years of their PhD or equivalent qualification.
For student members. Student registration is available to students who provide evidence of support from their supervisor.
For emeritus researchers who are members.
For delegates who are not members of the society.
early career non-member
For early career researchers who are not members and are within 5 years of their PhD or equivalent qualification.
For students who are not members of the society.
For emeritus researchers who are not members of the society.