|The International Association of Physiological Anthropology|
|IAPA 2012||Committees||Call for Abstracts||Registration: Dates & Fees||Accommodation||Conference Programme & Poster Schedule|
Adapting to life in Asian Mega-cities
September 3-5, 2012
The scientific interests of the International Association of Physiological Anthropology range from genetic variation to ergonomics, with members involved in research on lifestyle systems and environmental influences on health.
Beijing 2012 will be the first IAPA Scientific Meeting to be held in China, following successful Congresses in Japan, Germany, Croatia, South Korea, UK, USA, The Netherlands and Australia. The Inter-Congress will include invited and proffered papers organized around a series of subject themes associated with the rapid growth of mega-cities world-wide.
A Younger Researchers Colloquium will be included for colleagues presenting their work for the first time before an international audience.
UPDATE: Please note deadline for Abstract submission
April 10, 2012 Early Bird registration commences
July 2, 2012: Abstract submission CLOSES
July 9, 2012: Notification of abstract acceptance
July 31, 2012: End of Early Bird registrations
Expressions of Interest and Abstracts
Initial expressions of interest and abstracts for either oral or poster presentation, text maximum 250 words, should be addressed to either:
Prof. Alan Bittles, email@example.com
Prof. Wei Wang, firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com