Read the latest BHRC newsletter:
The BHRC has released an end of year newsletter to celebrate our research community and events in 2021
Well … this is certainly a year to remember … or one that will be hard to forget!
Do you see what I see?, The misbehaving brain, and our scholarship recipients
The Age of Bionics, the cost of preterm birth and the impact of prenatal life on ageing
Brain Week, Irene's departure from the BHRC, and a potential new treatment for Parkinson's disease.
Our Roche scholars and a love lesson from the vole
New research and progress in neuroscience from the Brain Health Research Centre
A new researcher joins the BHRC and the winner of the BHRC Young Investigator Award is revealed.
St Clair Women's Club donates $58,000 to neurological research
The link between the All Blacks and a cure for a fatal childhood disease
Addiction, anxiety and protecting the heart from the brain.
Regular exercise improves brain function at any age.
Four new researchers join the BHRC
Scholarship success results in wonderful opportunities
Local community support aids research into neuro-degenerative diseases
Otago to co-lead a new national Centre of Research Excellence looking at the Aging Brain.
Introducing our new inflatable brain and our 2014 disease focus, stroke.
A new discovery changes our understanding of the cerebellum.
Researchers close to Alzheimer's diagnostic test
Dr Brian McMahon announced as Patron of the BHRC and what’s new in the BPU.
2013 is lining up as an exciting year for the Brain Health Reseach Centre.