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Our podcasts, recorded in the NeuRA Studio, take you behind the scenes at NeuRA through interviews with our researchers and news from the world of medical and clinical research. They highlight cutting-edge research, general health information and innovative programs.

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Our podcasts, recorded in the NeuRA Studio, take you behind the scenes at NeuRA through interviews with our researchers and news from the world of medical and clinical research. They highlight cutting-edge research, general health information and innovative programs.

    EP 38 – Low back pain with A/Prof James McAuley

    EP 38 – Low back pain with A/Prof James McAuley

    Low back pain is one of the most common types of pain. Associate Professor James McAuley joined us on the NeuRA Podcast to discuss low back pain and insights from his research at NeuRA.

    For more information about low back pain and the workplace download NeuRA’s free eBook at neuratalks.org

    • 15 min
    Under the microscope: stress and the brain with Dr Steve Kassem

    Under the microscope: stress and the brain with Dr Steve Kassem

    Dr Steve Kassem was recently a guest on our NeuRA podcast to speak about stress and how it can affect our brain.

    Find out the key ways we can all plan to manage stress and reduce the negative impact on our brain.

    #HeadsAtWork

    • 7 min
    The Future of Reading with Professor George Paxinos

    The Future of Reading with Professor George Paxinos

    Is reading on the internet making us dumber?

    Scientia Professor George Paxinos AO, one of the world’s leading neuroscientists, says it’s not!

    Hear why he thinks humans are absorbing more information than ever in this interview with Radio National on the Future of Reading

    • 1 min
    NAIDOC Week: Dr Kylie Radford speaks with Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association

    NAIDOC Week: Dr Kylie Radford speaks with Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association

    Podcast courtesy of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA)

    View original here: http://caama.com.au/news/2018/dr-k-radford-improving-treatment-for-aboriginal-torres-strait-islanders-with-dementia

    A recently announced $14 million of funding by the Federal Government is being allocated to research programs to look into the causes and risks of dementia in Aboriginal communities. Dr Kylie Radford from Neuroscience Research Australia is leading one of those teams in a project called ‘Our MOB (Our Mind Our Brain)’ administered through the University of New South Wales.

    Philippe Perez spoke to Dr Radford to learn more about the aims of the project.

    • 10 min

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