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Defective inhibitory neurotransmission in startle disease: some surprising findings

Event date: 
31 August 2018 - 4:00pm
Location: 
Wallace Wurth LG02
Contact for bookings: 
Greg Smith g.smith@unsw.edu.au Tim Murphy tim.murphy@unsw.edu.au
Booking deadline: 

Professor Robert Harvey obtained his Ph.D. in Natural Sciences (Biochemistry) from the University of Cambridge in 1991. Following postdoctoral studies at the Institute for Cell biology and Clinical Neurobiology, Hamburg (1991-1996) and the Max-Planck-Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt (19961998), he moved to the UCL School of Pharmacy as a Lecturer. After a few promotions, he became a Professor of Molecular Neuroscience and Genetics and Associate Director for Research. In 2017, he relocated to the University of the Sunshine Coast, and now runs a research group at the Sunshine Coast Health Institute. He is Professor of Pathophysiology and member of the USC Research Committee and USC Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) SAT team. His main area of interest is neurotransmission mediated by glycine, GABA and glutamate. His research also has a strong translational aspect - he aims to convert basic science discoveries into clinical applications, such as improved genetic diagnostics, patient care and pharmacological treatments.  

 

All welcome. Drinks and nibbles from 3:30pm seminar starts 4pm.

Contact for inquiries: 
Greg Smith g.smith@unsw.edu.au; Tim Murphy tim.murphy@unsw.edu.au
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24 July 2019

Room 305, Level 3, Samuels Building, UNSW Upper Campus, Kensington

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