The UQ Centre of Clinical Research (CCR) Seminars are held fortnightly on Wednesdays from 12pm - 1pm (except during school holidays) in the CCR Auditorium, Herston. The series features topics in the  field of research, presented by invited international, interstate and local researchers.

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

10 December 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

3 December 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

26 November 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

12 November 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

5 November 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

22 October 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

8 October 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.

RBWH/UQ Neurology research meetings

1 October 2020 8:00am9:00am
The Department of Neurology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and researchers of the UQCCR Clinical Neuroscience research theme meet weekly to discuss active projects, facilitate interactions between basic scientists and clinicians and identify new opportunities for collaboration. The meeting rotates between three theme areas – stroke and epilepsy, MND, and cognitive neurology/ neurodegeneration – and the speakers are a mix of internal researchers, collaborators from other parts of UQ and external ‘keynote’ researchers. Neuroscience researchers from across UQ are invited to be a part of this group.

Dr Hugh Wright and Dr Yvonne Eiby

27 November 2019 1:00pm2:00pm
Hospital acquired infections, multidrug resistance and new treatment options (Presented by Dr Hugh Wright)
Blood volume in preterm neonates: how to measure and why bother? (Presented by Dr Yvonne Eiby)

Why this? Why you? Why now?

20 November 2019 12:00pm1:00pm
Presented by Mr Jim Kalokerinos

Stroke recovery: Targeting knowledge gaps to achieve game-changing outcomes

17 July 2019 12:00pm1:00pm
Special Seminar Series presented by Kate Hayward