Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Gisborne
Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Gisborne

Join us as Taylor Stevenson presents recent research findings on Parkinson’s disease.

Kiri Te Kanawa Retirement Village 12 Gwyneth Pl, Riverdale, Gisborne
Pathway to Hope: Ryman Event Series Gisborne
14:00 PM
Monday, 04 November 2019

Join us as Taylor presents recent research findings on Parkinson's disease.

Taylor Stevenson grew up in Browns Bay, Auckland. He has always had a strong interest in science which has continued to develop to now doing a PhD in the Centre for Brain Research at the University of Auckland. His PhD focuses on looking at the different cell types in the human brain that are affected in Parkinson’s disease.

Orange brain neurons

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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