Tour the Spinal Injury Project Lab

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Book an in-person Tour

This in-person 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, where plans are underway to start a human clinical trial in 2024.

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.

 
The tour will be held at Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus at 1 Parklands Drive Southport. 
Please allow 1.5hrs for the tour. 
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Register to watch our most recent virtual tour

To watch the Virtual Tour please enter your details below and we’ll give you access to the full virtual tour (45min). You can see a preview of the tour above.

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.

A special thankyou to the team at Griffith University for creating this online Lab Tour to enable all our supporters who are not able to join us in person to get an insight into their incredible work. 

Please enter in your details below and you will be redirected to the Virtual Tour Video (running time 34 mins).

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