What's in this issue?
In this issue of NeuRA Magazine we put the spotlight on examples of our research which underpin our newly adopted strategic plan – to discover solutions for neurodegeneration, mental health and healthy ageing through world-class medical research.
To mark Dementia Action Week (19−25 September), we highlight a number of our projects in neurodegeneration that cover our multi-faceted approach to dementia prevention, risk reduction and care
learn whether it’s possible to “retrain” the brain to reduce chronic back pain
hear from PhD candidate Kerith-Rae Dias on the novel gene discovery that will mean individuals and families with a rare intellectual disability will be able to gain access to rapid diagnostics and vital NDIS funding and support.
meet Prof Carolyn Sue AM, an internationally recognised clinical research leader in Parkinson’s and mitochondrial disease who has been appointed as NeuRA’s inaugural Kinghorn Chair, Neurodegeneration.