Event Details

Saturday, 11 November 2017
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Abel Smith Building 23-101
UQ Location:
Abel Smith Lecture Theatre (St Lucia)
Event category(s):

Event Contact

Dr Kris Descovich
+64 427 288 8008
Org. Unit:
Animal Welfare and Ethics

Event Description

Full Description:
Applied Animal Behaviour Conference

The Australasia-Africa region of the International Society for Applied Ethology is hosting a meeting at the University of Queensland, St Lucia campus, on the 11th of November 2017.

The theme for this meeting is “Discrete affective states in animals: Behavioural evidence and validation” and we are hoping to compliment this topic with a broad range of speakers presenting the latest research concerning the behaviour of animals including livestock, wildlife and companion species.

Our keynote speaker for this event is Dr Eric Vanman of the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland whose research interests include the social neuroscience of emotion and intergroup prejudice (http://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/1856)

This is an event open to all and we would love to see a broad range of animal behaviourists and those interested in the field attend. All welcome!

Key Dates
Abstract submission closes: 14th August 2017
Early-bird registrations close: 15th September 2017
All registrations close: 3rd November 2017
Conference: 11th November 2017 at University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD

More details on ISAE are available here: www.applied-ethology.org
Tickets are available from: http://www.ticketebo.com.au/isae/isae-australasia-africa-regional-meeting.html
More details on the UQ Centre for Animal Welfare & Ethics: https://veterinary-science.uq.edu.au/centre-animal-welfare-and-ethics

Directions to UQ

Google Map:
To St Lucia Campus, UQ Ipswich, and UQ Gatton.

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