Perron Institute Health Seminars
Free community events in partnership with the Town of Cambridge
Boulevard Centre, Floreat Forum
All talks at 10-11am
Please click on the links below to register your attendance:
- BRAIN PLASTICITY – A/Prof Jennifer Rodger – 20 October SOLD OUT
Tea & Coffee will be provided at the end of the seminars.
Palliative care staff are invited to a series of service provider workshops as part of an independent review of palliative care in WA. These workshops follow a consumer survey and literature review and are the final component of a project commissioned by the WA Department of Health.
This webinar is the second in a series of LIVE events that will provide updates and insights into neurological research currently underway at the Perron Institute.
Perron Institute Medical Director, Clinical Professor David Blacker, also a neurologist at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH), is one of Australia’s leading neurologists, and will be discussing the latest in stroke prevention and treatments with well-known local media presenter, Tina Altieri.
Are you considering honours in Neuroscience in 2021?
The Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science brings together neuroscience researchers from across all of the WA universities, providing an innovative and supportive environment for students to learn research skills under the supervision of experts in a range of fields including Neurotrauma, Stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Neuroimmunology, Motor neuron disease, Neuro-genetics and Brain Plasticity.
You’re invited to register to attend the online webinar, which will feature insights from Clinical Professor Allan Kermode, regarding the latest MS research and treatments, as well as the opportunity for webinar viewers to participate in a Live Q&A session. Well-known Perth media identity, Tina Altieri will facilitate the discussion.
Our students make important and valued contribution to the work we do, and the Perron Institute Student Award competitions provided the opportunity for individuals to show their commitment and passion for their respective areas of research and to showcase their skills.
Understanding the healing power of music The therapeutic power of music will be the subject of a fascinating public lecture at the Perron Institute’s inaugural symposium on latest research into neurological diseases and treatments
The Demyelinating Diseases Research group at the Perron Institute and some of their collaborators were represented at the international meeting of the Pan-Asian Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (PACTRIMS) in Singapore this month.