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Advances in Parkinson’s Research in New Zealand & Around the World
brought to you by Parkinson’s New Zealand and featuring speakers from NZ and the UK
Parkinson’s New Zealand is proud to present the latest advances in Parkinson’s research, a prestigious event for people with Parkinson’s and their carers, supporters and health professionals alike.
Doors will open at 10.30am and we invite you to join us for light refreshments.
The formal presentations will commence at 11.00am with Sir Richard Faull, Director of the Centre for Brain Research at the University of Auckland providing an opening address.
Presentations will follow from Professor Maurice Curtis of the University of Auckland and Dr Simon Stott from the Cure Parkinson’s Trust UK, on their latest findings in Parkinson’s research.
Guests will then enjoy a light lunch before participating in a Q & A panel, chaired by leading Neurologist Dr Barry Snow.
There will be an opportunity to mingle with the panel and other attendees following the official presentations. We expect the event to finish at around 2pm.
CAR PARKING - There is limited car parking at the venue and these spaces are now all booked up. There is no street parking due to train station customers filling these spaces from early morning. We recommend people take the train to Greenlane, get on a bus or book a shuttle.