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The NOVELL Redesign project: Neuroscience Optimised Virtual Environment Living Lab

Posted on Friday 4th September 2020

The NOVELL Redesign project team are celebrating a major milestone, just in time for National Stroke Week.

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Friday 4th September 2020     Stroke, Novell Redesign, Rehabilitation


Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week and Stroke Week – Angel Dixon's story

Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week and Stroke Week – Angel Dixon's story

Posted on Thursday 3rd September 2020

Hear from Angel Dixon, 2019 Young Australian of the Year and Dignity Ambassador for The Hopkins Centre, share her personal experience this Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week and National Stroke Week

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Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week 2020

Posted on Thursday 3rd September 2020

This week Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week #SCIAW

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Thursday 3rd September 2020     Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week, SCI, SCIAW


Innovative researchers working to transform healthcare during COVID-19

Posted on Monday 31st August 2020

Improving technologies and telehealth digital connections for better service in remote healthcare during COVID-19

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New innovations in virtual reality to transform brain injury rehabilitation

Posted on Thursday 20th August 2020

Researchers from The Hopkins Centre are leading the field in tackling spatial neglect, one of the most mysterious challenges experienced by people with brain injuries. Using an artificial intelligence (AI) enabled virtual reality system, Dr. David Painter, Professor Heidi Zeeman and Professor Trevor Hine recently won Australia's first ever Bionics Queensland Challenge in the category of ‘Neural and AI-Enabled Bionics’. Dr Painter will use the $50,000 prize money to fast track this cutting-edge bold idea into a better solution for people with spatial neglect following brain injury.

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Hearoes and Hopkins Centre unite to win “Early Innovation Award”  

Posted on Thursday 20th August 2020

Bionic ears are incredible technology, and it can be an amazing milestone receiving one, however, in many cases, it’s the first part of the journey and because it’s a whole new way of hearing, there is then the notion of training your brain to identify and interpret what these new sounds are. It’s like trying to drive a sports car, when you don’t have a licence or have never driven a car before.

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Thursday 20th August 2020     Bionic Ears, Technology, Ambassador, Hearoes


Showcasing brain injury rehabilitation research in BIAW20

Posted on Wednesday 19th August 2020

With over 50 active research projects, THC is leading the way in interdisciplinary translational research in brain injury rehabilitation practices, services and systems.

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Wednesday 19th August 2020     Brain Injury, Rehabilitation


THC Ambassadors share their experiences this Brain Injury Awareness Week

Posted on Wednesday 19th August 2020

THC Ambassadors share their experiences this Brain Injury Awareness Week #BIAW

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Wednesday 19th August 2020     Ambassadors,  Brain Injury Awareness Week, Brain Injury

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