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supporting research in the neurosciences at the royal melbourne hospital
to advance the prevention and treatment of brain, spinal cord and neuromuscular diseases.

SAIL 4 BRAINS - Sunday 28 February

Join RMHNF and Brain Tumour Ahoy Hoy for a Funday afternoon to raise money for brain tumour research and help put a smile on the face of patients. 

4pm - Sailing
6pm - BBQ overlooking Albert Park Lake
7.30pm - Trivia night!

Come when you can, leave when you must.  All welcome!
(Free for patients, $20 donation for non-patients)

RSVP by 24 February for catering purposes.

For full details click to visit the website.
Research in the Press!

Introducing the STENTRODE!

Members of the RMH Neuroscience Foundation part of groundbreaking research project! 

Warren Haynes Fellow, Dr Thomas Oxley and Trustee, Prof Terence O’Brien are part of a team that have just had their work published in Nature Biotechnology. 

The project which aims to get paralysed patients back on their feet is revolutionary and has been picked up by media all over the world!

For Abstract click here.
The Environmental Symphony

More than $100,000 raised for brain cancer research!

Bert Newton, Jack Thompson and Denis Walter joined with The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for the first full performance of world-class composer Dr Allan Zavod’s Environmental Symphony. 

The performance was a resounding success and Dr Zavod received two very deserved standing ovations for his incredible work and contribution to music. 

Dr Zavod is currently undergoing treatment for brain cancer. He has requested that 100% of the proceeds from the performance be donated to the world-leading brain cancer research of the RMHNF.

For full details click to visit the website.
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