The seminars and meetings listed below are open to professionals and colleagues of NeuRA staff.
The NeuRA Invited Lecture series aims to attract leading national and international researchers from all fields of neuroscience.
|Feb 23rd, 2018, at 12:00pm||Prof Simon Gandevia||Deputy Director, NeuRA||Research and reproducibility: Messages from Charles Darwin|
|March 23rd 2018, at 12 Noon||A/Prof Tony Roscioli||Group Leader NeuRA||Genomics in Neurocognitive Disorders – From Aetiology to Therapy|
|April 27th 2018, at 12 Noon||Prof Anne Kelso||NHMRC CEO||Research funding reform at NHMRC.|
|Oct 26th, 2018, at 12:00pm||Prof Sharon Naismith||Leonard P Ullman Chair in Psychology, School of Psychology, Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney||TBA|
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
On Monday 27th of November 2017, NeuRA held the final all staff meeting for the year.
The meeting was an opportunity for us to reflect on the past year and to welcome the new staff joining us.
We were able to celebrate all of NeuRA’s grant funding successes, and promotions, and also award the winners of the NeuRA Publication Prize and Research Assistant Award.
Dr Matthew Brodie: NeuRA Publication Prize (Postdoctoral Category)
Brodie MA, Okubo Y, Annegarn J, Wieching R, Lord SR, Delbaere K. Disentangling the health benefits of walking from increased exposure to falls in older people using remote gait monitoring and multi-dimensional analysis. Physical. Means. 38 (2017) 45-62.
Benjamin Tong: NeuRA Research Assistant Award
Danny Boerrigter: NeuRA Research Assistant Award
2017 has been a fantastic year and we look forward to welcoming 2018!
The joint 11th APD and 6th CADD Symposium will be held at Neuroscience Research Australia.
International Keynote Speakers:
Registration includes catering for morning tea and lunch on both days.
Registrations now closed.
The NSW Falls Prevention Network Rural forum is for health professionals committed to preventing falls in older people, it will feature presentations on evidence based interventions as well as highlight current innovative interventions from the local health district and provide information on the leading better value care – falls in hospital initiative.
NeuRA is excited to host the first ANZ Falls Prevention Society and Motor Impairment Program Grant Balance Symposium.
In collaboration with the NHMRC Program Grant into Motor Impairment (Led by Profs Lord, Gandevia, Herbert, Taylor), the ANZFPS are organising a focused symposium to showcase recent mechanistic and experimental studies to improve our understanding of balance control and falls in ageing and clinical groups.
Where: Neuroscience Research Australia, Randwick
When: Monday 4th of December