In December we had the great pleasure to lead and co-Chair (Sarah Cohen-Woods), with our fabulous Early to Mid Career Research network (Heidi Walkden), a scientific symposium at the Australasian Neuroscience Meeting 2023 in Brisbane. This is one of the largest biomedical conferences held in the Australasian region, and provides a fantastic environment where early to senior, young to old(er) researchers can mingle, create ideas, and grow exciting new scientific endeavours....
What is the International Brain Initiative, and how do we all fit into this ambitious enterprise for the future? ...
The University of Queensland’s Optical Physics Neuroscience team won the 2018 UNSW Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research.
Patrick Clementson shares his story on living with CADASIL, and how it runs in his family.
In April 2015, Fiona Parkinson went from an ordinary Mum of three boys who worked part time and worked on the family’s hobby farm, to having to walk with a stick. It took seven months to be diagnosed with Superficial Siderosis, a rare neurodegenerative disease.
Darron Eastwell was riding his mountain bike in the Tewantin National Park in Queensland. It was a regular ride for him, and one that he had done many times before. He didn’t think he would end the day in an intensive care unit.
Debra Lane shares her story on discovering she had a brain tumour, to living with the after effects that are on-going, to now using her journey to help Crack the Brain's Code.
Representatives of the International Brain Initiative (IBI) met on July 5, in Geneva, to further cooperation between the world’s major brain research projects.