Opportunity to take part in a Dystonia research project at University of Auckland

Dr Lynley Bradnam at the University of Auckland has recently received ethics approval for a research project looking at eye tracking performance and balance control in Dystonia patients.

Participants would need to be able to attend a one-off 3 hour session at the University of Auckland Newmarket Campus.

Does this sound like you?

For more information, contact us and we will put you in touch with Dr Bradnam’s team.

 

Brain Awareness Events in Christchurch

The Neurological Foundation is pleased to advise that events that were postponed in March have now been re-scheduled. Speakers from the New Zealand Brain Research Institute will discuss their latest research into neurological disorders. These events are free to attend but registration through one of the options below is essential. 

Brain Day details

Wednesday 7th August 2019

Turanga Central Library

60 Cathedral Square

Christchurch Central

1-2.30pm and 6-7.30pm

Website Registration

1-2.30: www.brain-awareness-christchurch-afternoon.eventbrite.co.nz

6-7.30: www.brain-awareness-christchurch-evening.eventbrite.co.nz

EMAILRSVP@neurological.org.nz

PHONE: 0508272467 – dial 3 for Events Department