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The neuroscience of attending Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour: Dr Steve Kassem available to comment

Neuroscience Research Australia < 1 mins read
Dr Steve Kassem from NeuRA's Brain Mapping Facility

Dr Steve Kassem from Neuroscience Research Australia is available to provide expert commentary on what happens to your brain during, and after, attending one of Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour concerts.

Dr Kassem is a brain cartographer and works at NeuRA's Brain Mapping Facility with Professor George Paxinos AO. He is an experienced media spokesperson, having appeared on radio and television numerous times, as well as being a regular at the Sydney Science Festival. 


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Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) is an independent, not-for-profit, medical research institute dedicated to improving the lives of people living with brain and nervous system disorders. From advances in dementia and mental health to discoveries in chronic pain and falls prevention, NeuRA has been at the forefront of neuroscience for over 30 years. 

 


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