We chat to QBI researchers about the latest in brain science and the fundamentals of disease and brain health.

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QBI Deputy Director, Professor Linda Richards, talks to ABC's Lynne Malcolm about the corpus callosum.

Podcast: Mysteries of the corpus callosum

Professor Linda Richards talks to All in the Mind's Lynne Malcolm about disorders of the corpus callosum.

Using brain imaging to diagnose mental illness

Dr Marta Garrido, a computational and cognitive neuroscientist, is working on a way to identify the onset of schizophrenia.

Curing schizophrenia: bridging the divide between lab and clinic

Schizophrenia affects more than 21 million people worldwide. QBI's neuroscientists are bridging the gap between lab research and clinical care.
Professor Peter Silburn, a renowned neurologist, talks deep brain stimulation.

Using deep brain stimulation treat Parkinson’s disease

The debilitating symptoms of Parkinson's disease can be treated using deep brain stimulation.
QBI's Professor Justin Marshall discusses climate change and coral bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef.

Coral bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef

QBI neurobiologist Professor Justin Marshall discusses coral bleaching, climate change and working with Sir David Attenborough.
Professor John McGrath explores what vitamin D has to do with schizophrenia.

The curious link between vitamin D and schizophrenia

We explore what vitamin D has to do with schizophrenia.
Why do we show prejudice towards people whom we perceive to be different to us?

The neuroscience of racism

What is racial bias and why do humans show prejudice?

Alzheimer's disease, a family perspective

In Australia, around 1.2 million people are involved in the care of a person with dementia.
Nerve regeneration  might provide an avenue for treating spinal cord injury.

Will nerve regeneration treat spinal cord injury?

What do Christopher Reeve and a tiny transparent worm have in common?

How I survived a stroke at 31

Would you know what to do if someone were having a stroke? What if it were you, and you were 31?