BRNZ Public Forums for Alzheimer's Awareness Month 2016

01 September 2016

BRNZ ALZ month

In September 2016, Brain Research New Zealand will embark upon a nation-wide series of community public forums.

These offer the Alzheimer’s disease and dementia community with the opportunity to make direct contact with the researchers and to gain insights into the exciting and promising research which is happening nation-wide by Brain Research New Zealand’s researchers located at the universities of Otago, Auckland, Canterbury and AUT.

Dozens of teams of BRNZ neuroscientists and clinicians are tackling Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and mild cognitive impairment from every angle and ensuring that the entire spectrum of research is being carried out from bench to bedside. 

Flyer for Alzheimer's Awareness Month 2016 

Alzheimer's Manawatu: Professor Louise Nicholson

Alzheimer's Napier: Dr Andrea Kwakowsky 

Alzheimer's Nelson: Professor Ngaire Kerse 

Alzheimer's Northland: Helen Murray & Lakshini Mendis

Alzheimer's Taranaki: Dr Phil Wood.

Alzheimer's Tauranga: Associate Professor Maurice Curtis 

Alzheimer's Waikato: Karen Smith 

Alzheimer's Whakatane: Associate Professor Maurice Curtis 

Alzheimer's Wairarapa: Dr Jian Guan

The talks cover different aspects of disease and disorder prevention, intervention and amelioration for:  

  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Dementia & mild cognitive impairment
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Huntington's disease
  • Stroke

For community groups, BRNZ can offer 

  1. The latest information about research into Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, stroke, Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease.
  2. Opportunities to ask questions and provide feedback to some of New Zealand's best neuroscientists and clinicians regarding your experience as a carer, patient or family member.
  3. Opportunities to extend your support network. 

To arrange a speaker for your next community event, contact us

BRNZ Public Forums for Alzheimer's Awareness Month 2016