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The Neurological Foundation Presents Free Public Event

The Neurological Foundation Presents Free Public Event

“The Business of Brain Research”

Thursday 2 July, 7.00pm – 8.00pm, followed by a public Q&A session

Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell


For further information, or phone 0508 BRAINS (0508 272 467).

To mark the Neurological Foundation’s Annual Appeal, a FREE public event will be held on the evening of Thursday 2 July at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Parnell.

The brain research environment in New Zealand is innovative and pioneering. Our leading scientists and clinicians and the community have driven the progress of this environment towards better outcomes for neurological patients. In this FREE public event, broadcaster Jim Mora will review this remarkable progress with three change-makers from the brain research world – and showcase the promising work being carried out today. The panel includes Max Ritchie, Neurological Foundation Executive Director;

Distinguished Professor Richard Faull, Director of the University of Auckland’s Centre for Brain Research; and Dr Barry Snow, neurologist and Parkinson’s disease authority.

A public Q&A segment will feature after the panel’s discussion.


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