Presentations and Meetings are held regularly throughout the year, including our annual Symposium.

All are welcome.

Events will be displayed here when available.

Brain Sciences UNSW is a research Institute comprised of researchers from the basic neurosciences, psychiatry, psychology, drug and alcohol, neurology, neurosurgery, biomedical engineering and mathematics. Its constituent members are based in the Faculties of Medicine, Science and Engineering, and a number of UNSW-affiliated independent research institutes (Neuroscience Research Australia, Black Dog Institute and the Garvan Institute for Medical Research).
Brain Sciences UNSW aims to facilitate cross-disciplinary research to enhance understanding of normal and abnormal brain functioning. Disorders of brain functioning, as manifest in mental illness and neurological disorders, comprise one of the leading causes of disease disability and burden in Australia and worldwide.