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PSG Annual Meeting

Student and Mentor Social Event

The PSG 2017 Student – Mentor Social will take place Friday 24 Feb 2017.  Students and mentors sign up here! More information on the student page of the Annual Meeting!

Abstract Submission Closes Friday Nov. 18

Abstract submissions for the 2017 PSG Annual Meeting closes Fri 18 Nov 2016!  Register now to save $50 and book your hotel! Click here for details and information.

PSG 2017 Shared Accommodation Option for Students

Please click here for more information.

Travel Awards Due 30 Oct!

Two days left for PSG Travel Award Applications.  Click here for application instructions.

Annual Meeting Registration Now Open!

Registration, abstract submission and travel award applications now open!   Reserve your accommodation in Tacoma. Please see the Annual Meeting pages for more information.

2017 PSG Annual Meeting Announcement

The 2017 PSG Annual Meeting will be held at the Tacoma Convention and Trade Center in Tacoma, WA! Click here for announcement.

10 Feb 2016 Meeting Minutes

Minutes posted from 10 Feb 2016 Executive Countil Meeting at Turtle Bay, Hawaii. Click here.

44th Annual Meeting Location to be Announced Soon

Stay tuned for information on the location for the 44th Annual Meeting! Venue and location will be announced soon.

Scientific Program – Final Update

The program has been updated to reflect cancellations and new information. Please click here to download the PDF, or go to the Annual Meeting page for details.

No-host Welcome Reception

Wednesday 5pm at Surfer Bar at Turtle Bay Resort! All welcome (21 years and over).

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