International frontier advances in brain research & treatments
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There has never been a more exciting time in brain research than now. A global effort by clinicians and scientists has brought about an exponential increase in our knowledge of the human brain, and what occurs in the brain in disease and injury. These efforts, combined with innovative new technologies, and a confluence of discoveries, are having a significant impact on the development of treatments for brain disorders.
In this exciting FREE public panel discussion event, we bring together five international brain research pioneers from all corners of the world to shed light on their work that is unravelling the mysteries of the human brain. Together, their efforts to move this frontier field forward are shaping a path to a much brighter future for neurological patients and their families.
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Professor Christopher Shaw (Motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory brain disease)
Professor of Neurology and Neurogenetics at the Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience at King's College London
Professor Anne Young (Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases)
Distinguished Julieanne Dorn Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, Boston, United States
Professor Hanns Möhler (Pharmacological treatments for brain diseases)
Distinguished Professor at the Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology of the University of Zurich, Switzerland
Professor Perry Bartlett (Human brain stem cell research)
Professor of Molecular Neuroscience at the Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland
Professor Richard Faull (Alzheimer’s disease)
Distinguished Professor of Anatomy, Director of the Centre for Brain Research, University of Auckland and Director, Neurological Foundation Human Brain Bank
This panel discussed will be chaired by Sue Giddens from the Neurological Foundation.
Date: Friday 2 December 2016
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Venue: Auckland Business School, Owen G Glenn Building 12 Grafton Road, 1010
Parking is available on site
Registrations essential, tickets available here