The Brain Matters: Progress Through Research
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|Tue 30 Oct ’12, 7:00pm–8:30pm||
Where: Bruce Mason Centre, Cnr Hurstmere Rd & The Promenade, Auckland
Restrictions: All Ages
- Admission: Free
To celebrate the Neurological Foundation's 40th anniversary of funding neurological research, we're hosting a series of free special public events.
The event format is a panel discussion featuring three of New Zealand's leading neurological researchers and clinicians, and the Foundation is thrilled to announce that broadcaster Kevin Milne will chair the event.
Join the Neurological Foundation as our panels review the remarkable progress of neurological research in New Zealand and discuss the innovative and promising work being carried out today. A Q&A segment open to the public will feature after the panel's discussion.
Bookings essential: go to www.brainmatters.co.nz to register.
Chair: Kevin Milne
Reader's Digest Most Trusted People 2012 - TV and Media Award
Fair Go presenter for 25 years
Professor Richard Faull
Professor of Anatomy, Director of the Centre for Brain Research, University of Auckland
Director, Neurological Foundation Human Brain Bank
Dr Barry Snow
Clinical neurologist and Parkinson's disease authority
Medical Director, Adult Health Services, Auckland District Health Board
Member, Neurological Foundation Council
Dr Cathy Stinear
Clinical neuroscientist, Centre for Brain Research, University of Auckland
Deputy Director, Brain Recovery Clinic, University of Auckland