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Symposium 2019

You are invited to the Brain and Mind Centre Symposium on 22 November 2019.
Featuring international and local speakers, there will be a range of topics covering global developments in brain and mind research and treatments. The Symposium is also an opportunity to view poster presentations of innovative research in brain and mind sciences as well as network with other colleagues.

The Brain and Mind Centre Symposium will consist of a full day of presentations and conversations on child development and behaviour, youth mental health, and healthy ageing and neurodegeneration. 

Date: Friday 22 November 2019

Venue: Abercrombie Business School, Auditorium (B2010)

Registration: Free

The Brain and Mind Symposium will feature both international and local speakers, and showcase a range of topics focusing on global developments in brain and mind research and treatments.

The Symposium is also an opportunity to view poster presentations of innovative research in brain and mind sciences and network with other colleagues

There are a range of speakers who will discuss brain and mind science throughout the day, and a chance to network over refreshments at the end of the Symposium. 

Below are some key speakers and their topics:

  • Professor Patrick McGorry AO, Australian of the Year 2010 and Professor of Youth Mental Health, University of Melbourne, Executive Director, Orygen.​

  • EMCR Keynote:  SOAR Fellow Assoc Professor Sally Gainsbury; “Technology, decision-making and risk: A stakeholder framework to minimise harms.” ​ Co-director, Gambling Treatment and Research Clinic, Brain and Mind Centre​

  • Predictive modelling of cannabinoid-protein interactions with machine learning and molecular dynamics.” Dr Lewis Martin (EMCR) Research Associate, School of Psychology, Brain and mind Centre​
  • “Accelerate quantitative clinical neuroimaging analysis with AI.” Dr Tim Wang, Nerve Research Foundation Fellow, Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia Fellow, Brain and Mind Centre​

  • “The art and science of harnessing insights from electronic medical records in SPEED-EXTRACT, a proof-of-concept study in acute coronary syndrome.” Dr Charmain Tam, NHMRC Early Career Fellow, Northern Clinical School ​

 

Join us at the Brain and Mind Centre 2019 Symposium. Register now

For further information or if you have any questions, please get in touch.