HNNA meeting 2019 - 1st Sep 2019 to 2nd Sep 2019

HNNA meeting 2019

The HNNA Meeting will be held in Queenstown NZ this year, September 1-2, as part of Queenstown Research Week ( 


As usual, registration for this meeting is FREE for members.  However to take advantage of this – you can’t register through the usual Queenstown Research Week page – but rather must use the following link:


The program planning is well advanced, and a draft program will be available online shortly (  The meeting will run from lunchtime Sunday 1 Sept until the end of the day Monday 2 Sept, and features several plenary lectures: Rebecca Campbell (Otago), Zach Knight (UCSF), Julien Sebag (U.Iowa) as well as a number of symposia featuring top research from our region.  As requested, this year’s meeting will also feature a poster session (details, and abstract submission information to follow), so please plan to bring along your own data.  The HNNA meeting will be followed by the annual New Zealand Medical Sciences Congress (if you can, please stay on for this meeting – it has many of our members presenting talks – making for a great week of hypothalamic neuroscience!).



This will enable free registration for the HNNA meeting (including lunches and afternoon teas, drinks during the poster session, and access to a number of social functions – fantastic value for money!), and then also allow registration for MedSci should you wish to add that (with a registration fee).


There will also be a conference dinner on Sunday night – reasonably priced at $35 per head – this will provide you food and a generous bar tab.  The social activities are a key part of the networking at the meeting, so please plan to come to this as well. Not sure we can match the ambiance of the Hobart Workingman’s club in Queenstown, but we will do our best.


If you are not already a member, you can still register for the meeting and pay a registration free through the Queenstown Research Week website.  But it would be a much better option to sign up for membership of HNNA ( and come along for free! 


We hope to see as many of you as possible in Queenstown!


Best wishes, 

Your HNNA Conference Organising Committee




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