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...Understanding rare brain disorders Research challenges What are we doing about rare brain disorders? Researcher essays: Rare Disorders Alzheimers Disease Aphasia Brain Tumour/Cancer Cerebral Palsy Dementia Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Dystonia...

...to learn about some of the most common types of brain disease, risk factors, and when to see a doctor. Common brain diseases The most common brain diseases and disorders...

...& traumatic brain injury Epilepsy Migraine & Headache disorders Infections Inflammatory diseases Movement disorders Neuromuscular disorders Paediatric neurology Other ways to classify types of brain disease Further information & resources...

...disorder resources from experts Day 3: Patient stories and support Day 4: Brain disorder resources from experts Day 5: Migraine – a common & debilitating brain disorder REGISTER FOR ACCESS...

...the development of a healthy brain lifestyle. Pointers to a Healthy Brain Exercise and challenge your brain – don’t be a couch potato Nourish your brain with a healthy diet,...

...the brain supplied by the blocked vessel may die; that is, it permanently ceases to work properly, leaving a scar in the brain. This is called brain infarction. Ischaemic strokes...

...enquire about brain donation. Australian Sports Brain Bank Web: https://www.brainbank.org.au/ Email: info@brainbank.org.au Phone: (02) 9351 0943 The Australian Sports Brain Bank (ASBB) is a specialised brain bank established by the...

...and disorders which touch so many. Phone 1300 886 660 DONATEKeep me informed Brain Foundation in 30 seconds Brain Foundation in 30 seconds https://youtu.be/KVDp2sWrxpI Close What we do The Brain...

...when they are diagnosed with a brain tumour. Commonly Occurring Brain Tumours Gliomas Gliomas are primary brain tumours. They arise from the supporting cells of the brain. The two main...

...Tel 1800 BRAIN1 Email admin@braininjuryaustralia.org.au www.braininjuryaustralia.org.au Brain Injury Association of New South Wales PO Box 698, Epping NSW 1710 Tel (02) 9868 5261 Email mail@biansw.org.au www.biansw.org.au Headway 6 Percy Street,...

...family to see if it’s right for you. Brain donation is open to people living with brain disorders, diseases or injuries, as well as those with typical brain function. Despite...

...already been identified using mass spectrophotometric analysis. We will also determine whether these protective PRFs also have beneficial effects in other brain disorders, including traumatic brain injury. Final Report  ...

...Disorders, npj Parkinson’s Disease, the Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders, Movement Disorders Clinical Practice and F1000 Research. He has a clinical and research interest in Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders....

...(See section on Brain Foundation 2002 Research Reports). Bequests made for “research into brain diseases and disorders” by people such as Mr Noel Clifton, Mrs Kathleen Toy, Mrs Linda Turner,...

...to develop additional therapies; and we will determine whether this newly identified mechanism contributes to pressure rise in other brain disorders. I would like to thank the Brain Foundation for...

View all Research Grants by Year Brain Research, Neurology | Brain Foundation: The Brain Foundation is dedicated to funding high quality Australian neurological research that will advance diagnoses, treatment and...

...national organisations will have state branches that help facilitate this, such as: Brain Injury Australia (brain injuries include traumatic brain injuries, stroke, infection, and degenerative diseases) Brain Tumour Alliance Australia...

...using commercially available stem cells derived from individuals with no known brain disorder for comparison. Brain organoids will be grown, and we will study their structure and function to identify...

...inner workings of our brains, and treatments can be tested on insects or mice. However, there is still a lot we don’t know, and being able to study brain tissue...
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