All brains undergo thorough neuropathological examination to determine a final diagnosis according to the latest published diagnostic criteria. This information is fed back to the donors’ next-of-kin and medical practitioners via the recruiting brain donor program. All tissue samples are de-identified to ensure anonymity of the donor.
Examples of common neuropathology
12. Associate Professor Tony Roscioli Elusive genes could reassure parents of cleft lip and palate babies Sydney Morning Herald Cleft lip and palate are some of the most common birth defects globally, affecting one in 800 children. Roughly 250 Australian children are born with the conditions each year. A team of Australian and international scientists led by NeuRA’s Associate Professor […]