Neuroscience is a key research pillar at the University of Melbourne which houses one of Australia's largest communities of basic and clinical neuroscience research. The Melbourne Neuroscience Institute (MNI) is a key hub of the University’s neuroscience activities. From multiple sclerosis, to epilepsy, to neuropsychiatric disorders and to stem cells research and its application to neurological disorders, to molecular and cellular neuroimaging as well as to the mind and wellbeing initiative, neuroscience research at Melbourne is diverse, world class and well supported. Join Professor Trevor Kilpatrick, Director of the MNI, as he explores the connections between the community and neuroscience research at the University of Melbourne.
We invite you to join our speakers for canapés and a networking session following the seminar.
|Building:||Melbourne Brain Centre|
|Address:||At Genetics Lane and Royal Parade, The University of Melbourne|
Next Free Public Lecture:
11 Jun 2013