Posted on 10/04/2017Public evening lecture: Autism research and the human experience
This evening explores an area of autism research that strives to understand the human experience. The presentation will be led by Dr Emma Burrows who leads a research program at the Florey that aims to understand the neurobiology underlying cognitive disorders. Her research applies novel technologies to assess behavioural changes in mouse models of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Dementia with a focus on translation to the clinic.
Dr Burrows will be accompanied by guest parent, Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins whose son has autism.
This lecture is now available to view:
Reasonably priced parking, including many disability spaces, is available under the Kenneth Myer Building with lift access to the auditorium. We suggest that you bring some gold coins for the ticketing machine.
Take tram 19 on Elizabeth Street, heading away from the city to stop 11, Melbourne University. Cross the road to the Kenneth Myer Building. Look for the Dr Dax cafe sign and you'll know you're there.