NeuRA Invited Seminar Series 2019
The NeuRA Invited Lecture series aims to attract leading national and international researchers from all fields of neuroscience. This series is open to all NeuRA staff and relevant external groups.
If you are from a relevant external group or individual and would like to sign up to Invited Series Seminar emails, please fill out the form.
|22nd of Feb||Prof Bernard Balleine||UNSW, Decision Neuroscience Lab||Interaction of the corticostriatal and thalamostriatal networks in goal-directed action|
|29th of Mar||Prof Nicola Lautenshlager||University of Melbourne||Physical activity for cognitive health: what can we tell older adults with subjective cognitive decline and mild cognitive impairment?|
|3rd of May||Prof Fernando Calamante||Director, Sydney Imaging, University of Sydney||Diffusion MRI fibre-tracking: a non-invasive window to the brain’s wiring|
|31st of May||Prof Steven Petrou||Director, The Florey Institute||Opportunities for intervention in rare neurogenetic disorders|
|21st of Jun||Dr Francesco Papaleo||Italian Institute of Technology, Genova, Italy||Perinatal oxytocin to ameliorate altered developmental trajectories in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome|
|26th of Jul||Prof Jacqui Close||Group Leader, NeuRA||Preventing falls and preserving function in people with dementia – a tailored approach to intervention|
|30th of Aug||Prof Tom Johnstone||Director of Neuroimaging, School of Health Sciences, Swinburne University of Technology||Concurrent EEG-fMRI reveals rapid, cortically distributed neural representations of personal relevance of faces that precede structural encoding|
|27th of Sep||Prof Peter Catcheside||College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University||New insights into obstructive sleep apnoea mechanisms and mechanical ventilation timing problems through a new method for quantifying inspiratory effort|
|25th of Oct||Dr Ruth Peters||Group Leader, NeuRA||An up to date overview of blood pressure, blood pressure lowering and risk of dementia|
|29th of Nov||A/Prof Erica Sloan||Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of California Los Angeles||No stress! Targeting peripheral neural signalling to stop metastasis and improve cancer treatment|
Dr Ruth Peters (T: +612 9399 1015 E: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Steve Kassem (T: +612 9399 1037 E: email@example.com)
NeuRA, Level 3 John and Betty Lynch Seminar Room