Dr Karen Mather’s multi-disciplinary research approach to understanding human ageing is dependent upon collaborating not only with CHeBA staff, but also national and intern
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Dr Sumangali Gobhidharan originally studied Zoology before moving into Neuroscience and the field of healthy ageing research.
Dr Inga Mehrani is currently a project manager for one of the three main initiatives within the Australian Dementia Network - the Memory Clinics
Honours Student at CHeBA, Zara Page, keeps mentally fit through her study of differing languages.
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Human beings are by nature social beings, and socialising is i
Research Officer in CHeBA’s Genetics & Epigenomics Group, Naga Mutyala, completed her PhD in March 2020 which focused on evaluating a rodent model and novel treatments for glioblastoma, a grade IV brain cancer, using gene expression profiling.
Glioblastoma is the most lethal grade of brain cancer in adults and resultantly has very poor patient outcomes with a med