Curious about the realm of Alzheimer’s research? Have you witnessed the impact of this condition that touches the lives of millions of people worldwide, or perhaps it has touched you personally within your own family?
Regardless of your connection, a captivating exploration into the world of Alzheimer’s research awaits you. Discover the latest advancements in treatments, innovative diagnostic techniques, and the potential role of diet and sleep in reducing the risk of getting this disease.
Prepare to be enlightened at the State Library of Western Australia, where a panel of experts will provide insights into the broader landscape of Alzheimer’s research. Introducing our esteemed panellists:
🌟 Associate Professor Stephanie Rainey-Smith
🌟 Dr Eugene Hone
🌟 Ms Louise Pivac (PhD Candidate)
🌟 Ms Carolina Castro (PhD Candidate)
This event is an opportunity for our community to gather, learn, and engage. Seating is limited, so ensure your spot is secured:
Event: Public Lectures 2023
Date: Thursday 7th of September
Registration Time: 9:00 am -9:30 am
Lecture Start Time: 9:30 am
Venue and address: State Library of Western Australia, 25 Francis St, Perth WA 6000, Australia