We are seeking healthy individuals aged 40 years and over for a study aiming to improve clinical tests of vestibular (balance) function. By investigating and optimising current recording techniques our research seeks to advance the identification of disease or impairment in older subjects, and this is of particular importance as the normal effects of aging often obstruct underlying balance issues. Our study uses non-invasive techniques to record muscle activity (using skin surface electrodes) in response to brief stimulation of the balance organs.
To be considered, participants must have:
Participants will be asked to undergo a single session of testing that will take place at the Prince of Wales hospital. The study lasts for approximately 1 to 1.5 hrs. Interested participants can contact Danielle Dennis (email@example.com) or Sendhil Govender (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information or ring 93822430. Participants can be reimbursed up to a value of $50 for any travel or parking expenses incurred during their visit.
On August 11 2019, 54 people took on the City2Surf for Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA). The event is the world’s largest fun run with 80,000 participants taking on the 14km course, which stretches from Hyde Park in central Sydney to the iconic Bondi Beach. NeuRA thanks all of its fundraisers, who raised an incredible $30,903. This funding will further NeuRA’s […]