Inside St Vincent’s – Neurosciences

Tuesday 2 Mar

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St Vincent’s neurologists discuss the latest in neuroscineces research and treatemnt in the first Inside St Vincent’s Webinar of 2021

As our population ages we all have an increased chance of being affected by neurodegenerative diseases caused by cell death in the brain. Brain tumours and brain cancer are unfortunately also, increasing in frequency in our community.

With 15% of our population already over the age of 65, St Vincent’s neurologists, neurosurgeons and clinician researchers are focusing their efforts on ensuring the best possible research driven care and treatments are available to our patients.

Find out the latest in this increasingly important area of research by watching our recent Inside St Vincent’s Neurosciences webinar held on 2 March, 2021.

Clinicians featured on the panel discussed their work spanning a range of initiatives in the treatment of and research into Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Movement Disorders, Neuromuscular Disorders, Chronic Headaches and Migraine.

The discussion covered the latest in neurosciences research and non-invasive treatment options as well as answer any questions you might have.

Our expert panel includes:

  • Professor Bruce Brew AM, Head Neurosciences Program and Director, Peter Duncan Neurosciences Research Unit, St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research
  • A/Prof Stephen Tisch, Head of the Department Of Neurology, St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney
  • A/Prof Susan Tomlinson, Head, Chronic Headache Clinic, St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, Supervisor, St Vincent’s Private Hospital Migraine Research Program

Watch the Webinar now