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2021 Joint Meeting of the Nutrition Societies of New Zealand and Australia

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Theme: Please note, due to COVID-19, the planned 2020 conference has been posteponed to 2021. Details to follow.

Date: December 2021

Venue: Massey University, Albany, North Shore, Auckland, NZ

Programme: TBC

Accommodation: Student accomodation will be made available on campus for attendees, alternatively there are local Motel and AirBnB options

Call for Abstracts: For full details on how and what to submit, please see the Abstracts page

Abstract Deadline: TBC

Late-breaking Abstracts (poster only): TBC

Scholarships: Details TBC

Conference Organising Committee

  • Assoc. Prof. Pam von Hurst (Chair), Massey University
  • Dr Welma Stonehouse, CSIRO
  • Dr Sally Mackay, University of Auckland
  • Dr Helen Eyles, University of Auckland
  • Dr Cath Conlon, Massey University
  • Jamie De Seymour, Massey University
  • Dr Chrissie Butts, Plant and Food NZ
  • Dr Kathryn Beck, Massey University
  • Dr Carolyn Cairncross, AUT
  • Dr Jasmine Thomson, Fonterra
  • Prof. Rachel Brown, University of Otago
  • Dr. Claire Smith, University of Otago
  • Cassie Slade, Massey University
  • Tina Buch, Heart Foundation
  • Bek Parry, NSNZ