Videos

 

Who better to explain the research being undertaken at the MBC-RMH than the researchers themselves? 

In order to engage the public on the work we're undertaking, we will be releasing videos featuring members of our Clinical Outcomes Research, NeuroInformatics, CENTURION Project, Multiple Sclerosis, Brain Tumour, Epilepsy and Stroke teams.  Our short videos will introduce you to our researchers and explain their research interests and latest findings.

SYMPOSIUM 2019

 

November 2019

 

In November, 2019, team members from right across the Melbourne Brain Centre at Royal Melbourne Hospital once more gathered for our annual research symposium.  After such a successful meeting in 2018, this year's event was again held at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

ECTRIMS 2019

 

September 2019

 

In September 2019, members of our Clinical Outcomes Research (CORe) Unit and multiple sclerosis teams travelled to Stockholm, Sweden, for the annual European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) Congress. Throughout the event, we spoke with participating researchers about their experiences at the event and the research they were in attendance to present.

ANZAN 2019

 

May 2019

 

In May 2019, many members of the MBC-RMH team travelled to Sydney, Australia, for the annual Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN) Meeting, held at the International Convention Centre on Darling Harbour.  Throughout the event, participating researchers filmed short videos illuminating the work they were presenting while at the conference.

MBC-RMH SYMPOSIUM 2018

 

November 2018

 

In November, the MBC-RMH team gathered for our annual research symposium, held at the Arts Centre Melbourne. During the event, we spoke with a number of researchers who shared insights into the work they're currently undertaking.

ECTRIMS 2018

 

October 2018

 

In October 2018, members of our Clinical Outcomes Research (CORe) Unit travelled to Berlin, Germany, to attend ECTRIMS, the world's largest multiple sclerosis research meeting. While at the event, attendees discussed the research they were there to present and shared insights into the congress sessions they had viewed.

CLINICAL OUTCOMES RESEARCH (CORe) UNIT

 

August 2018

 

During August 2018, a series of new videos were published that introduced one of our newest research groups, the Clinical Outcomes Research (CORe) Unit. 

STROKE

 

June 2018

 

Throughout June 2018, a series of new videos were published that provided insights into the ongoing research studies being undertaken by members of our stroke group. Click the image to watch these features, as well as others filmed in the past.

MOBILE STROKE UNIT

 

November 27th - December 1st 2017
 

On November 12th, 2017, the Melbourne Brain Centre at Royal Melbourne Hospital was proud to launch Australia's first Mobile Stroke Unit (MSU). This feature introduced it to the broader community.

NEUROINFORMATICS

 

September 11th - September 21st 2017
 

Our feature on NeuroInformatics explored how researchers are using large clinical databases to try and solve important problems across a range of neurological disorders.

CENTURION PROJECT

 

July 31st - August 10th 2017
 

Our feature on the CENTURION Project introduced the work being undertaken to develop next generation technologies that will make research and patient care more effective and efficient in the future.

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

 

July 6th - 10th 2015
 

Our first round of videos relating to research by our Multiple Sclerosis group have now been posted.  Just click the image to watch them.

BRAIN TUMOURS

 

August 3rd - 7th 2015
 

Our first round of videos relating to research by our Brain Tumour group have now been posted. Just click the image to watch them.

EPILEPSY

 

September 7th - 11th 2015
 

Our first round of videos relating to research by our Epilepsy group have now been posted. Just click the image to watch them.

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