Welcome to our multimedia page where you'll find links to radio, television, print stories and podcasts featuring our research.
2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014
February - Prof Peter Schofield appeared on Tony Delroy's 'Nightlife' program on the ABC discussing the latest in brain research.
February - Prof George Paxinos wrote an opinion piece for the Sydney Morning Herald about love a the brain
January - Dr Muireann Irish and Dr Rebekah Ahmed wrote a review in The Conversation about the film 'Still Alice'
January - Prof Rhoshel Lenroot wrote an article for The Conversation about her study into 'aggressive boys'
November - Dr Liz de Rome speaks about motorcycle protective clothing with Illawarra Mercury
November - Prof Peter Schofield appeared on Channel Seven talking about dementia
November - Prof Peter Schofield quoted in The Sunday Telegraph to launch Remember December
November - Dr Fiona Kumfor talks on ABC radio Adelaide about memory loss.
October - NeuRA's Dr James Burrell comments on a study from the US about chocolate and brain health, watch the SBS story.
October - Prof. Rob Herbert talk to ABC Science about stretching before and after exercise.
October - Prof. Jacqueline Close featured in International Innovation for her work on hip fracture and cognitive function.
October - Prof Rhoshel Lenroot spoke to ABC 702 evenings, during mental health week. Listen here via the NeuRA soundcloud page.
October - Sharon Savage spoke on Eastside radio about semantic dementia.
October - A/ Prof Oliver Piguet talk with Richard Glover on ABC 702 about the sense of smell.
October - Dr Kim Delbaere talks to Medical Express about depression and hop fracture.
October 12 - Dr Liz de Rome spoke on Eastside radio about motorcyle protective clothing.
September 3 - Prof Rhosel Lenroot is leading a study that is using eye contact to better understand aggression in teenage boys as explained in MedicalXpress.
July 18 - Assoc Prof Olivier Piguet spoke to 4BC weekend breakfast about how far off we are to an acurate blood test to diagnose dementia.
30 May 2014 | Prof Cyndi Shannon Weickert spoke with the ABC's Conversations with Richard Fidler on her research into new treatments for schizophrenia.
Cyndi's twin brother, Scott, was diagnosed with schizophrenia when they were teenagers. She now credits the insights she gained from her brother's illness with informing and driving her research.
In recent years, Cyndi and her team have identified potential causes for the illness, including 'broken' oestrogen receptors within molecules.
Further trials are underway for a treatment they've developed which is showing potential for great improvements in the cognition of schizophrenic patients.
April 2 - Lauren Bartley and Yue Huang wrote a piece explaining Alzheimer's for The Conversation
Feb 18 - Rebecca Mitchell made world news with her study about fall rates and obesity
Jan 13 - Professor Rhoshel Lentroot talk to NineMSN about how much television children should watch
Jan 6 - Dr James McAuely and PHD student Flavia Di Pietro wrote a pice for The Conversation about where pain sits in the brain
Dec 4 - Professor Lynne Bilston joined Natasha Mitchell on ABC Radio National's Life Matters to talk about car seat safety
November 1 - The Sydney Morning Herald visited NeuRA to find out about the future of Parkinson's diagnosis.
October 14 - Dr Norman Swan interviewed Dr Danny Eckert on The Health Report about his paper identifying risk factors for sleep apnoea.
October 31 - ABC online's health site The Pulse, chat to Professor Lynne Bilston about keeping kids safe in cars
October 25 - Dr Muireann Irish wrote a piece in The Conversation about 'Daydreaming' and the memory network
October 24 - Professor Lynne Bilston talks about the new car restraint guidlines on The World Today
October 1 - Professor Simon Gandevia explains on the ABC how he and his team managed to trick the brain
15 August 2013 | Is there a difference between a man and a woman's brain? | Dr Cindy Shin-Yi Lin answers the question with CLEO magazine - Read her thoughts here