Brain Centres around the world

Lou Ruvo Brain Institute in Las Vegas
Melbourne Brain Centre in Melbourne, Australia
The Melbourne Brain Centre recently opened its doors as the home of the Austin campus Florey Neuroscience Institutes. Which had me wondering how important a building is to research. Looking farther afield there seems to be much interest from the governments of  developed countries in dedicating institutes to research of the brain and brain diseases. These buildings come with custom fittings from labs to research spaces and create spaces for collaboration between stroke, dementia, epilepsy, Parkinson's, Huntington's, motor neuron disease etc.

And what could be more important than discipline collaboration? In stroke alone there is so much collaboration between disciplines, and diseases. In the coming editions of the journal we are running a Stroke and Vascular Dementia series, edited by Dr Amy Brodtmann, who is currently specializing in this very important and interesting field.  IJS, following the global trend will bring you more and more collaboration in the future.
Ontario Brain Centre, Canada

McKnight Brain Centre Florida, US

Brain Centres around the world Reviewed by Carmen Lahiff-Jenkins on Tuesday, July 19, 2011 Rating: 5

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