The University of South Australia's free Successful Ageing Seminar series consists of special presentations on topical issues relevant to our more senior Alumni and the community. The seminars, delivered by UniSA academic staff and allied professionals, gives access to the latest information and research on a range of health and
Friday 26 July 2013
Getting a grip on pain and the brain
Join Professor Lorimer Moseley at this seminar as he outlines why pain really is in your head but not in the way you might think. Professor Lorimer Moseley is the leader of the Sansom Institute’s Body in Mind research group. In 2012 he won the National Health and Medical Research Council Marshall Warren Award, which recognises the best highly innovative and potentially transformative grant-funded project in Australia. He and his team are conducting ground-breaking research into chronic pain – a huge problem in Australia, with one in five people suffering from a chronic pain disorder that reduces their quality of life.
Time: 2pm – 4pm
Venue: Barbara Hanrahan Building (BH2-09) City West campus
Attendance is free, but registration is essential.
Thursday 26 September 2013 – Diabetes
Further details will be available closer to the seminar dates.
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