NeuRA and the Talent Development Project launch Music and Memories
April 9, 2024

Emerging singer songwriters collaborate with people diagnosed with dementia to create original songs inspired by real life.

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Mixed neurodegenerative pathologies, including CTE, found in multiple former elite-level Australian rugby code players
March 20, 2024

The new case series, published today in the Journal of Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology in collaboration with the University of Sydney, Alfred Health and Harvard Medical School, includes clinicopathological analysis of the brains of six former elite-level Australian rugby league and union players, donated to the Former Elite-Level Athlete Brain Health Research Program.

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NeuRA research reveals complex interplay of nature and nurture in emotion and cognition
February 15, 2024

The way our brain processes different emotional and cognitive tasks may be underpinned by common factors, find scientists from Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) and UNSW Sydney.

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Anti-inflammatory drug found to help adults with severe schizophrenia
January 23, 2024

Research conducted at Neuroscience Research Australia has found that an injection of an anti-flammatory biological known as Canakinumab in patients with schizophrenia and elevated inflammation brought about a decrease in psychotic symptom severity and inflammation. The research was published in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.

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Gamified at-home exercises shown to effectively prevent falls in older people
January 17, 2024

The way our brain processes different emotional and cognitive tasks may be underpinned by common factors, find scientists from Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) and UNSW Sydney.

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Researchers identify new potential neural signature of resilience in adults who have experienced early life stress
April 26, 2023

Early life stress (ELS) is a well-known risk factor for mental health problems in adulthood.

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Australian researchers take intergenerational practice into community settings to combat frailty
April 26, 2023

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An effective new treatment for chronic back pain targets the nervous system
April 26, 2023

A treatment that trains both the brain and the body has shown important effects on pain and disability, a new study has found.

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A time of transformational change at Neuroscience Research Australia
April 26, 2023

NeuRA’s new organisational strategy will see a much sharper focus on neurodegeneration, mental health and ageing well; an emphasis on clinical outcomes; and a search for partnerships which can enable greater scale and impact.

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NSW Health funding to support new discoveries in neuroinflammation and the neurobiology of schizophrenia
April 26, 2023

Schizophrenia affects one in 100 Australians and roughly 20 million people worldwide. For 70 – 80 per cent of people with schizophrenia, it is a chronic, lifelong condition.

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NeuRA researchers awarded $4.5m in MRFF grants to improve lives of those with chronic pain
April 26, 2023

In congratulating NeuRA’s Centre for Pain IMPACT researchers, Interim Chief Executive Officer, Carole Renouf, said this successful grant funding was a testament to their vision and ambition to increase equity of access to health care.

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