Associate Professor Simon Koblar is a clinical neurologist, neuroscientist and teacher in both. He is head of the Stroke Research Programme, a collaboration between the University of Adelaide and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
With research showing stem cells can generate brain repair, could stroke damage soon be reversed?
How the brain works remains one of the great unknowns of modern medicine. This is even more of an issue when it comes to how the brain attempts to survive and recover from acute (stroke and trauma) and chronic (neurodegeneration) injury. This lecture will examine some of the revolutionary new approaches being developed for brain […]
Professor Robert Vink is the NRF Chair of Neurosurgical Research and Head of the School of Medical Sciences at the University of Adelaide.