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Dr Claire Shepherd in the Sydney Brain Bank labs

Sydney Brain Bank

FACILITY INFORMATION

RESEARCH OUTCOMES

The Sydney Brain Bank is committed to facilitating meaningful research into neurodegenerative conditions. The tissue generously donated to the Sydney Brain Bank has lead to many new discoveries by researchers not only here in the Sydney Brain Bank, but across Australia and around the world. These findings have been published in international peer reviewed scientific journals and also presented at national and international scientific meetings.
Recently the Sydney Brain Bank has published a perspective article that reviews the best practice for collection and storage of human brain material for diverse research purposes. You can read this article here.
For more details about this and other research activities, please see a list of the publications and presentations made possible by the tissue donated to the Sydney Brain Bank. To keep up to date with what we are doing in the Sydney Brain Bank, please follow us on Twitter.

 

Sydney Brain Bank Presentations and Publications

SBB Research Outcomes 2018

SBB Research Outcomes 2017 

Claire Shepherd, Holly Alvendia and Glenda Halliday, ‘Brain Banking for Research into Neurodegenerative Disorders and Ageing,’  Neurosci. Bull. April, 2019, 35(2):283–288. 

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