PhD Completion Seminars 2018
The NeuRA PhD Completion Seminar series provides an opportunity to hear from completing PhD students and celebrate their success.
|Wed 14th Feb||Alexandra Hall||A/Prof Julie Brown||A novel user-input and user-testing method for designing child restraint product information to reduce misuse.|
|Wed 14th Feb||Juan Olaya||Prof Cyndi Shannon Weickert||The role of Neuregulin 1 risk haplotype (HapICE) and Neuregulin 1 type III overexpression in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia|
|Wed 6th Jun||Ye Zhao||Prof Glenda Halliday||Potential role of LRRK2 Ser910 and Ser935 phosphorylation in the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease|
|Wed 15th Aug||Chaminda Lewis||Prof Jane Butler||Respiratory muscle training in cervical spinal cord injury|
|Wed 15th Aug||Helen Cai||Prof Cyndi Shannon Weickert||The blood-brain barrier and neuroinflammation in schizophrenia|
|Wed 19th Sep||Shan-Yuan Tsai||Prof Cyndi Shannon Weickert||Translational alterations of retinoid receptors, their binding partners and the retinoid signally pathway in schizophrenia brain and blood|
|Jan 2019||Sophie Carter||Prof Danny Eckert||TBA|
|Jan 2019||Muntaseer Mahfuz||A/Prof Americo Migliaccio||TBA|
Location: John and Betty Lynch Seminar Room, Level 3, NeuRA, followed by a celebratory lunch in the cafe.