Neurolgical Foundation of New Zealand

Official partner to Brain Awareness Week

Brain Awareness Week

Events

Brain Day Dunedin 2017 – Brain Research: Making Headlines - Click here for more info

The Neurological Foundation and the University of Otago are pleased to present a programme of thought-provoking interviews and lecture during Brain Awareness Week 2017. 10:00am – 11:00am  – Moved by the Mind, Dr Angus McMorland, University of Auckland – Interview with Allan Baddock In this interview motor control neurophysiologist Dr McMorland will discuss his research […]

Brain Day Auckland 2017 – Research on the brain - Click here for more info

Information and programme coming soon!

  • Where:

    Owen G. Glenn Building, Auckland Business School, Grafton Road, Auckland
  • Who:

  • When:

    25/03/2017, 9am - 3pm

The Future of memory – Queenstown, Monday 13th March 2017 - Click here for more info

In this lecture, Professor Addis will reflect on her past investigations of how changes in memory function in older age and depression impact upon imagining the future. She will also discuss her future research directions, including the exploration of interventions for enhancing future thinking, the hope being to support the imagining of vivid and bright […]

  • Where:

    Mezzanine Function Room, Queenstown Events Centre, Frankton
  • Who:

    Professor Donna Rose Addis
  • When:

    Monday 13th March 2017, 10:00am - 12:00pm

Our human brain bank: A rich research resource - Click here for more info

The Neurological Foundation Douglas Human Brain Bank has one of the most extensive collections of human brain tissue in the Southern Hemisphere. Founded in 1994 and based at the University of Auckland’s Centre for Brain Research, the brain bank holds tissue from over 650 donated brains. Most of our understanding of neurological disease today has […]