Research Open House – Virtual Lab Tour

Date
05|Nov|2020
Time4:00 PM AEST
Location
Online Webinar

We hope you can join us for the Spinal Injury Project Research Open House Virtual Lab Tour on Thursday 5th November 2020 at 4pm (Brisbane time).

This online tour will give you an incredible insight into our ground-breaking and world first research into curing paralysis. You will get exclusive access to the work the researchers are doing as part of The Spinal Injury Project (SIP) at the Menzies Health Institute Queensland (MHIQ) and the Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD) at Griffith University.

Meet the amazing research team and learn how their incredible discoveries have the potential to result in the first widely available treatment for spinal cord injury in the world.

This is an open event so please share with your friends and family (there is a share button below).

Please click here to register for the Zoom Webinar.

Hosted by Associate Professor James St John and Associate Professor Jenny Ekberg, along with our Founder Perry Cross. The virtual lab tour will be hosted on the Zoom platform, will begin at 4pm AEST (Brisbane time) and will take approximately 30 minutes followed by a Q & A session.

We look forward to you joining us at this special event. Please contact us if you have any questions on team@pcsrf.org.au

 

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