PSGB holds two scientific meetings a year. The Winter Meeting is a symposium on a specific topic with invited speakers and proffered poster presentations. It is often held in London. The Spring Meeting generally has proffered papers and posters with one or two invited keynote speakers. It is held at different venues around the country.
All members, regardless of career stage, are encouraged to submit abstracts for high quality podium presentations at the Spring Meeting and poster presentations at the Spring and Winter Meetings.
All members get reduced price registration for meetings. If non-members want to attend, it is usually cost effective to join the Society at the same time. Joining online is quick and easy.
The 2013 Spring Meeting will be held in Lincoln, in April. Registration and call for posters are now open: follow the link below for more details.
PSGB Spring Meeting 2013
Tue, 2 Apr 2013 - 1.30 pm
The annual spring meeting will be held on the 2nd and 3rd April at the University of Lincoln. The general theme of the meeting is 'Primates and Beyond: Comparative Socio-Ecology and Cognition' but papers are welcome on any topic and from both established researchers and students.
Lincoln is a historic city with the Cathedral sitting majestically atop ‘Steep Hill’. The local heritage dates back to Roman times with many sites available to visit for free. Lincoln Castle, next to the cathedral, was built in 1068 by William the Conqueror and is one of the many attractions of the city. For more information on Lincoln click here.
The deadline for abstract submission (250 words) for a poster/oral presentation is March the 10th at midnight.
Early registration fees (before April 2nd):
Student member - £25
Student non-PSGB member - £40
PSGB member - £35
Non-PSGB member - £50
Late registration fees (on the day of the conference):
Student member - £35
Student non-PSGB member - £50
PSGB member - £50
Non-PSGB member - £70
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Spring Conference Programme (Word)