Alzheimer's study recruiting

Alzheimer's study recruiting

The A4 study is now recruiting participants. Fill out this questionnaire to see if you are eligible and register your interest.

The A4 study is a clinical trial for older individuals who may be at risk for Alzheimer's disease. The study aims to prevent the memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Rare genes: Alzheimer's hope

Aaron and Taylor Adams and their parents, Kellie and Andrew, have touched the hearts of the nation by sharing their story with the Australian Women’s Weekly. Dr Ya Hui  Hung is on a quest to help the family and find a cure for this devastating illness.  Please help the Florey find a cure so kids with NP-C have a future.

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Rare genes: Alzheimer's hope
Concussion in sport

Concussion in sport

The video of this lecture is now available

Assoc Prof Paul McCrory discusses concussion and the way it affects the brain – from young kids through to elite athletes.  This world-leading investigator dispels some myths while updating us on the latest research.

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The Brain Game

The Brain Game

The brainchild of Collingwood President Eddie McGuire, Florey is the Pies’ Round 2 community match-day partner, celebrating the club’s commitment to help the Florey beat brain diseases like Alzheimer’s, stroke and depression.

“Collingwood is very pleased to support The Florey in its work to promote better brain health for the wider community,” McGuire said.

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Stentrode announced

Stentrode announced

Melbourne medical researchers have created a "bionic spinal cord", giving people with spinal cord injuries new hope to walk again with the power of thought.

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Parkinson's disease

Parkinson's disease

Professor Mal Horne's lecture on the 'non-motor' problems of Parkinson's Disease is now available to view.

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Think About It

The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health is the largest brain research group in the Southern Hemisphere.

With more than 500 research and support staff on two campuses, our scientists are searching for cures to the complex, debilitating and sometimes life threatening brain disorders that affect three million Australians.

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