ASPR Conference 2011 - Dunedin
The 2011 conference was held at the University of Otago, in Dunedin, New Zealand from the 6th to 8th December.
The 2010 conference was held in Sydney at the Swiss Grand Bondi Beach on 5 - 8 December. It was hosted by the Brain and Mind Research Institute - University of Sydney.
The 2009 conference was held in Canberra at The Australian National University on 2 - 4 December. It was hosted by the Centre for Mental Health Research - The Australian National University.
The 2008 conference was held in Newcastle at the Newcastle City Hall on 2 - 5 December. It was hosted by the Centre for Brain and Mental Health Research - The University of Newcastle and Hunter New England Health.
The 2007 conference was held in Melbourne at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre on 28 November to 1 December. It was held in conjunction with the WPA International
The 2006 conference was held in Sydney at the Menzies Sydney Hotel on 6-8 December. It was hosted by the Discipline of Psychological Medicine, University of Sydney.
The 2005 ASPR conference was held in Brisbane on 7-9 December. It was a joint CINP-ASPR meeting.
Left: Inaugural ASPR Eli Lilly Oration Award 2005: Jayashri
Grant-in-aid recipients 2005
The 2004 ASPR conference was held in Fremantle, Western Australia, and hosted by the School of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences at The University of Western Australia, 2-4 December, 2004.
The ASPR Conference in 2003 was held on the 4 and 5th of December at the Arts Centre of Christchurch, New Zealand and hosted by the Department of Psychological Medicine, Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
The 2002 ASPR conference was held by the Centre for Mental Health Research at The Australian National University, 4-6th of December, 2002.
Click here to visit the 2002 conference site.
ASPR Conference 2002: Photos from the conference awards are shown below.
Professor Jorm was awarded the Founder's Medal.
Dr Tarja Brita Robins Wahlin was awarded Best Poster. Pictured with her are Professor Mitchell and Dr Keith Dear.
Professor Henry Brodaty was awarded the Founder's medal by Tim Lehman from Novartis.
Winners of the Best Debut Presentation were Peter Butterworth and Sandra Bucci.
Dr Breakspear was awarded the Organon younger researcher's award. He
is pictured here with Dr Elizabeth Barilla, Associate Medical Director,
CNS, , Organon, Australia.
Photographs of the 2001 Conference