NeuRA Seminar Series 2020
The NeuRA Seminar Series aims to provide the opportunity to listen to interesting and leading research across all fields of neuroscience.
Presenters will include a mix of NeuRA-based scientists, as well as invited presentations from external domestic and international scientific experts.
The presentations are held every Friday at 12 noon, in the Level 3 John and Betty Lynch Seminar Room. The presentations aim to run for one hour.
If you are interested in attending these seminars and wish to be added to the regular email mailing list, please fill out the form.
These seminars will now be presented so you can enjoy them via the internet using ZOOM, the link needed to join will be provided each week in the email.
|7th of Feb||1. Dr Matt Brodie; 2. Dr Lara Harvey||1. Lord/Delbaere Groups (NeuRA); 2. Close Group (NeuRA)||1. Preventing motor impairment with peripheral nerve stimulation, smart textiles, and mobile technology.
2. The use of the physiological profile assessment to improve the prediction of fragility fractures in community-dwelling older people.
|14th of Feb||1. Dr Phu Hoang; 2. Dr Euan McCaughey||1. Lord/Gandevia Groups (NeuRA); 2. Butler Group (NeuRA)||1. Footdrop & ankle contractures and mobility in people with MS.
2. Category two to four funding for early-mid career researchers: an untapped pool?
|21st of Feb||1. Lewis Ingram (PhD); 2. Sonia Hesam-Shariati||1. Lord/Gandevia Groups (NeuRA); 2. Fullerton Group (NeuRA)||1. The upper limb Physiological Profile Assessment (PPA): quantifying upper limb motor impairment across the adult lifespan and disease; 2. Role of Epigenetic Contributors in Developing Bipolar Disorder at High Familial Risk|
|28th of Feb||Prof Carol Jagger||Newcastle Unversity, UK||Understanding past trends in healthy life expectancy and prospects for the future.|
|6th of Mar||1. Dr Hanna Hensen; 2. Prof Melissa Green||1. Eckert Group (NeuRA); 2. Green Group (NeuRA)||1. Sleep problems in people with multiple sclerosis: rates, mechanisms and consequences; 2. Prenatal infection exposure and risk for early developmental vulnerability and mental illness: evidence from a population study of NSW children|
|20th of Mar||Prof Richard Kemp||UNSW||The Psychology of eyewitness memory|
|27th of Mar||1. Paulo Pelicioni (PhD); 2. Mark Kaizik||1. Lord Group (NeuRA); 2. Herbert Group (NeuRA)||1. Do antipsychotics inflame the brain?|
|3rd of Apr||Prof Simon Gandevia||Gandevia Group (NeuRA)||TBA|
|10th of Apr||Good Friday||Good Friday||Good Friday|
|17th of Apr||Weike van Dijk||Shannon-Weickert Group (NeuRA)||TBA|
|24th of Apr||Cancelled||Cancelled||Cancelled|
|1st of May||1. Sophie Carter 2. Sam Owens||1. Eckert Group (NeuRA); 2. Purves-Tyson Group (NeuRA)||1. Do antipsychotics inflame the brain?|
|8th of May||1. Nisha Mathew 2. Teri Furlong||1. Walker Group (NeuRA); 2. Paxinos Group (NeuRA)||TBA|
|15th of May||Cancelled||Cancelled||Cancelled|
|29th of May||Prof Chris Rowe||Austin Health, Melbourne||Amyloid and Tau Imaging Down-Under: The Australian Experience.|
|5th of Jun||Time slot reserved for a speaker for reconciliation week||TBA||TBA|
|12th of Jun||Cancelled||Cancelled||Cancelled|
|19th of Jun||Dr Martin Heroux||Gandevia Group (NeuRA)|
|26th of Jun||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|3rd of Jul||1. Dr Adam Lawther||1. Walker Group (NeuRA)||TBA|
|10th of Jul||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|17th of Jul||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|24th of Jul||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|31-Jul-20||Dr Andrew Phillips||Monash University||TBA|
NeuRA, Level 3 John and Betty Lynch Seminar Room