fbpx
DOWNLOAD e-Book
Explore the world of neuroscience research online. Free seminars with leading international scientists.

Looking to improve your mental wellness at work? Download the eBook

Explore the neuroscience and find tips on:

Sleep – How to create healthy sleep habits

Stress – How to protect your brain against neuron damage

Resilience – How to inoculate yourself against stress

Back pain – How to reduce your pain
The immune-brain conversation – How to avoid the office cold

DOWNLOAD

Series 6: Mental Health Week

This series will help you to improve your mental wellbeing at work

Professor Cyndi Shannon Weickert

Freedom from SCHIZOPHRENIA

Dr Justine Gatt

The neuroscience of resilience to STRESS

Dr Hanna Hensen

Mind your sleep

Professor Peter Schofield

Welcome to Mental Health Month

NeuRAtalks is a series of seminars brought to you by NeuRA that brings new information on neuroscience research and translational science to the community.

This October, find out more about:
Latest research new on Schizophrenia
New progress in Bipolar treatments
Can we train the brain to be more resilient?
How does sleep impact mental health?

Series 5: Hip fracture care

These short talks focus on osteoporosis and falls prevention

Professor Jacqueline Close

How do we improve HIP FRACTURE care

Professor Ian Harris

How do CLINCAL registries drive change?

Tips for preventing a secondary fracture

With Professor Jacqui Close

Important steps to prevent a hip fracture

With Professor Ian Harris

NeuRAtalks is a series of seminars brought to you by NeuRA that brings new information on neuroscience research and translational science to the community.

This October, find out more about:
Latest research new on Schizophrenia
New progress in Bipolar treatments
Can we train the brain to be more resilient?
How does sleep impact mental health?

Series 4: Ageing Well Week

A series of our NeuRATalks videos from Ageing Well Week

Professor Kaarin Anstey

Ageing well to reduce your risk of dementia

Dr Bill Brooks

Tackling Alzheimer's disease: Where are we up to?

Professor Stephen Lord

Maintaining mobility and preventing falls as you age

Professor Jacqueline Close

Hip fracture prevention and management

Associate Professor Julie Brown

Keeping safe in cars

Dr Hanna Hensen

The power of sleep

NeuRAtalks is a series of seminars brought to you by NeuRA that brings new information on neuroscience research and translational science to the community.

This October, find out more about:
Latest research new on Schizophrenia
New progress in Bipolar treatments
Can we train the brain to be more resilient?
How does sleep impact mental health?

Series 3: Brain Awareness

A collection of some of our NeuRAtalks videos in a brain awareness special feature

Scientia Professor George Paxinos AO

Is the Brain the Right Size?

Professor Cyndi Shannon Weickert

Freedom from SCHIZOPHRENIA

Professor Kaarin Anstey

The Prevention of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia

Dr Sylvia Gustin

The brain’s signature of chronic PAIN and its impact on mental health

NeuRAtalks is a series of seminars brought to you by NeuRA that brings new information on neuroscience research and translational science to the community.

This October, find out more about:
Latest research new on Schizophrenia
New progress in Bipolar treatments
Can we train the brain to be more resilient?
How does sleep impact mental health?

Series 2: Brain matters

Watch online – click to play

Ms Sharon Wall

Living with DEMENTIA in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

Associate Professor Kim Delbaere

How the fear in our step can cause a FALL

Professor Kaarin Anstey

The Prevention of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia

Associate Professor James McAuley

Understanding the brain -PAIN relationship

NeuRAtalks is a series of seminars brought to you by NeuRA that brings new information on neuroscience research and translational science to the community.

This October, find out more about:
Latest research new on Schizophrenia
New progress in Bipolar treatments
Can we train the brain to be more resilient?
How does sleep impact mental health?

Series 1: Mental health

Watch online – click to play

Professor Cyndi Shannon Weickert

Freedom from SCHIZOPHRENIA

Dr Jan Fullerton

Understanding the biological basis of BIPOLAR Disorder

Dr Hanna Hensen

How SLEEP impacts the health of our vital organs and mental health and why?

Dr Justine Gatt

The neuroscience of resilience to STRESS

Dr Richard Schweizer

Living, Loving, SCHIZOPHRENIA

Dr Nikki Williams

Managing DEPRESSION and living a full life

Dr Sylvia Gustin

The brain’s signature of chronic PAIN and its impact on mental health

Professor Danny Eckert

Asleep on the JOB? Find out how SLEEP impacts mental health

NeuRAtalks is a series of seminars brought to you by NeuRA that brings new information on neuroscience research and translational science to the community.

This October, find out more about:
Latest research new on Schizophrenia
New progress in Bipolar treatments
Can we train the brain to be more resilient?
How does sleep impact mental health?

Welcome to NeuRAtalks seminar series. At NeuRA our focus is on the road ahead. The purpose of our research is to discover, conquer and cure disorders of the brain and reduce the burden of these disorders on our community. I hope you can join us online this June during Ageing Well Week to hear from some of our inspirational scientists on their current research work, discoveries and future hopes for medical breakthroughs.

Sign up to be notified when a NeuRAtalk series is added

News

Learn how to reduce your risk of dementia

NeuRA launches eBook to support Mental Wellness at Work

Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) has launched a FREE eBook titled, Mental Wellness in the Workplace, on …

Read more >

Calls to prioritise osteoporosis plans

The Australian and New Zealand Hip Fracture Registry based at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA), released …

Read more >

Ageing Well for Life – How to reduce the risk of dementia

Dementia isn't part of the retirement plan for most of us — yet in Australia, …

Read more >

Nine steps to a healthy brain

The prevalence of dementia in Australia is on the rise, meaning it’s never been more …

Read more >