- Reconnect with Colleagues.
- Start new collaborations.
Developing practical skills for research and teaching. Hands-on learning to enhance anatomical knowledge
Bringing together diverse perspectives on the study of anatomy
Engaging talks to expand your knowledge of anatomy. Showcasing the diversity of anatomical research
It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to the combined 10th congress of the Asia Pacific International Congress of Anatomists (APICA) and 20th Annual Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists (ANZACA). The theme is "Reconnect." This is a prestigious event that brings together anatomists from all over the world to share their expertise and knowledge, and we are delighted to have you here as a part of this remarkable community.
As we navigate the challenges of the past few years, the importance of reconnecting has become increasingly evident. We recognize that the pandemic has disrupted our daily lives and routines, and we hope that this conference will serve as a platform for us to reconnect with our colleagues, our research, and ourselves.
Over the course of this congress, we have assembled a distinguished group of speakers and experts in the field of anatomy. Through presentations, discussions, and workshops, we hope to provide you with a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the field of anatomy, and encourage you to reconnect with your passion for this discipline.
We also encourage you to take advantage of the various networking opportunities available at the conference, where you can reconnect with old acquaintances and make new connections. We believe that the friendships and collaborations forged at this congress will pave the way for future collaborations and advancements in the field of anatomy.
Once again, we extend our warmest welcome to you, and we look forward to reconnecting with you in Dunedin, New Zealand.More Information about the committees
Gain new insights into the evolution of human anatomy and diversity across populations.
Join leading experts and share your research and clinical experiences in this critical field.
Connect with fellow researchers who are working to unlock new insights into the cellular processes that underlie human anatomy and physiology.
Find out how novel techniques are being used to improve patient outcomes.
Network with other anatomy educators and gain new insights into teaching methods, curricula, and resources that can enhance the learning experience for students.
Explore the unique and diverse anatomical knowledge of Indigenous communities from around the region.
Connect with fellow researchers who are at the forefront of discovering new insights into the human brain and nervous system.
Share your research and experiences in applying basic anatomical knowledge to clinical and practical settings.
The University of Otago is located in close proximity to stunning natural landscapes, including the Otago Peninsula, which offers breathtaking views and opportunities fore xploring, as well as the chance to see unique wildlife such as the albatross.
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|In-person registrations – full conference|
|Member – Early Bird||NZ$650|
|Member – Regular||NZ$695|
|Non-member – Early Bird||NZ$805|
|Non-member – Regular||NZ$845|
|HINARI A & B * List countries - Early Bird||NZ$365|
|HINARI A & B * List countries - Regular||NZ$420|
|Student – Early Bird||NZ$365|
|Student – Regular||NZ$420|
(Early bird closes 16 October)
Member: Member of any anatomical association/society (specify on registration)
* HINARI Group A&B: Participants residing in lower- and middle income countries. A list of HINARI countries can be found here.
Registration includes: Entry to all conference sessions, daily catering, a ticket to the welcome function and a ticket to the gala dinner. Access to all the recorded videos, available post-conference.
|Extra ticket – Welcome function (Thurs 30 Nov)||NZ$50|
|Extra ticket – Gala dinner (Saturday 2 Dec)||NZ$150|
|In-person registrations – daily rate||NZ$250|
|In-person registrations – Student daily rate||NZ$100 |
Video registration includes full downloadable video recordings of all plenary sessions. Videos are not live streamed. Videos will be available for downloading after the conference.
Registration Portal will open in May