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Research Presentations

Our Research Briefings bring together some of the world’s leading cerebral palsy researchers to share their latest research findings.

These free events are an opportunity for supporters, researchers and the general public to hear the latest developments in cerebral palsy research.

For the convenience of our supporters, all research briefings are held in the Sydney CBD area.

Bookings are required. Contact Kristy Turnbull for more information.

The next Research Briefing is being held on Tuesday 13 March 2018 at the Clayton Utz offices at 1 Bligh St, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

To catch up on cerebral palsy research news you can browse podcasts, powerpoint presentations and transcripts from previous Research Briefings.

Past Research Briefings


Cerebral palsy and genetics. Surprising new findings and implications for diagnosis and care

Genomics: a new endeavour for cerebral palsy research


Improvements in the frequency and severity of cerebral palsy in Victoria

Viral causes of cerebral palsy and prospects for prevention


Cerebral palsy after preterm birth: new hope for repair of brain injury

The decrease in cerebral palsy among premature babies


The value of cerebral palsy registers

Cerebral palsy after newborn brain injury in Africa: from aetiology to outcomes

Genes versus environment


Early Detection of Cerebral Palsy

CP Check-UpTM

What does NICU cooling mean for cerebral palsy?

Population Studies and Networks


Neonatology and Preventing Cerebral Palsy

Overview of Current Cerebral Palsy Research Globally and Locally

Can Stem Cells Have a Therapeutic Effect in Cerebral Palsy?

Partnerships, science and money


The No Small Matter of White Matter

Optimizing Participation of Children with Cerebral Palsy

Genetic Factors Influencing the Severity of Cerebral Palsy – Apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene

Advances in Neuroprotection for Extremely Premature Infants

A snapshot of the work of the Queensland Cerebral Palsy and Rehabilitation Research Centre

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