Menzies free public talk: Multiple Sclerosis Research

Bruce Taylor in office

Menzies Research Institute Tasmania is pleased to present the next talk in its free public lecture series, on multiple sclerosis (MS) research. All are invited to attend this public event.

Chaired by Professor Bruce Taylor, the talk will highlight the important MS research currently being undertaken right here in Tasmania.
MS is a chronic degenerative and unpredictable condition that randomly attacks the brain and spinal cord. The symptoms of MS vary greatly from person to person. This is what makes it such a devastating disease.

The talk will include two presentations by highly regarded researchers, Dr Ingrid van der Mei and Dr Steve Simpson, Jr on the topic Lifestyle and genetic predictors of MS risk and clinical course - using observational data to predict MS onset and worsening of the disease.
Doors will open at 5pm with light refreshments available before the event

Date and Time: Wednesday 21 November, 5.30pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre, Medical Science 1, 17 Liverpool Street, Hobart (Enter building on corner of Liverpool and Campbell Streets)

Published on: 08 Nov 2012 11:11am