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Pub Yarns on Medical Research

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Cottesloe Beach Hotel

104 Marine Parade

Cottesloe, WA 6011

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One hit too many. Predicting recovery after concussion. A Pub Yarn at Sunset.

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Meeting for Minds is honoured to have Professor Lindy Fitzgerald present the third Pub Yarn in our 2019 series.

6-7pm, Tues 23 July - Sunset Room, Cottesloe Beach Hotel

Enjoy a drink (and meal?) with friends and hear about the latest research into predicting recovery after concussion.

A QandA session will follow.

Professor Fitzgerald is the head of Preventing Spreading Damage after Neurotrauma Research at the Perron Institute.

Melinda Fitzgerald is Professor of Neurotrauma and Deputy Director of the Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute, Curtin University, jointly appointed by the Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science, and located at the new Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute.

'Prof. Fitzgerald’s research is focused around understanding and preventing the loss of function that occurs following neurotrauma. She uses innovative analytical techniques to demonstrate changes to key biochemical, cellular and structural components of nerves following injury and is assessing treatment strategies including nanotechnologies and combinatorial pharmacotherapeutics.' ( Curtin University)

This is a free event, however a gold coin donation on the evening will be gratefully received.

Registration is highly recommended.

http://meetingforminds.com

https://www.brainfunction.edu.au/about/our-team/melinda-lindy-fitzgerald/

https://perroninstitute.org/p/professor-lindy-fitzgerald/

https://staffportal.curtin.edu.au/staff/profile/view/Lindy.Fitzgerald/

https://research-repository.uwa.edu.au/en/persons/melinda-fitzgerald

https://cottesloebeachhotel.com.au

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