Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Christchurch
Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Christchurch

Join us as Dr Nadia Borlase explores neurological changes associated with trauma from the Christchurch earthquakes.

Anthony Wilding Retirement Village 15 Corbett Crescent, Aidanfield
Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Christchurch
14:00 PM
Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Nadia Borlase presents her research on trauma associated with the Christchurch earthquakes.

Dr Nadia Borlase has completed her PhD in neuro-correlates of cognitive impairment in Parkinsons’ disease. She is
currently investigating neurocorrelates of trauma related to the Canterbury Earthquakes, funded by the Neurological Foundation. She has a particular interest in using neuroimaging to identify neurological vulnerability, particularly in relation to trauma or developmental disorders.

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Important details

  • Afternoon tea will be provided after the presentation
  • Registration for a free ticket is necessary prior to the event

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