Faculty of Fine Arts and Music at the University of Melbourne
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Melbourne Connect presents The Future of – a new event series that unites innovators from diverse disciplines to address complex societal issues and jointly imagine what the future will look like, driving new breakthroughs.
The inaugural showcase The Future of Brain Health brings together a panel of distinguished University academics from Biomedicine, Engineering, and Law, alongside visionary entrepreneurs, clinicians and policymakers for a dynamic and engaging discussion filled with insightful conversations and discoveries. This unique event aims to tackle the most pressing health challenges pertaining to brain function, cognitive neuroscience, and neurological devices, as well as the social and ethical considerations that surround them.
We invite you to contribute your insights, connect with leading voices and explore the future state of both invasive and non-invasive techniques for dynamically diagnosing and treating brain dysfunctions.
The Future of Brain Health is where pioneering research and commercialisation efforts converge to shape the landscape of brain health. Gain invaluable insights into cutting-edge technologies, revolutionary treatments, and ground-breaking discoveries that have the potential to transform the lives of millions worldwide and pave the way for transformative advancements in brain health, offering hope for a brighter future.
This captivating discussion is open to anyone with an interest in the topic and a desire to shape the vision of the future. Come and imagine with us.
- 4.30pm: Doors Open
- 5.00pm: Event Starts
Access to health systems can be difficult for patients and managing healthcare needs is often fragmented. Achieving patient-centred care at a systems and population level can be challenging.
Join us for the National Navigation Network: Test, Trials, Platforms and Records
Our panelist will discuss
- Bringing New Technologies to Patients/Consumers
- The How To Guide: Accessing Clinical Trials
- Using Accessible Learning Platforms to Educate
- My Health Record & the Role of the Australian Digital Health Agency
This event is supported by