There are almost 1,400 new cases of malignant brain tumours in Australia and many more benign brain tumours that can be just as deadly if the tumour is in a vital area of the brain.
The Healthy Brain Program, an initiative of the Brain Foundation, aims to assist Australians to keep their brains healthy into old age, through the provision of community education and research
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Monday, 19 October 2015
The Great Hall, Sydney University
Congratulations to all the recipients of 2015 Brain Foundation Research Gift Awards. In 2015 we awarded 13 grants, including the first Major Research Gift to Dr Neil Spratt from the University of Newcastle.
Professor The Honourable Dame Marie Bashir AO CVO has been the Guest of Honour and presented the Awards almost every year since they started at The Great Hall, Sydney University. This makes the Awards Ceremony a very special occasion when successful applicants explain the nature and aims of their projects.
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The Brain Foundation is the largest, independent funder of brain and spinal injury research in Australia. We believe research is the pathway to recovery. PLEASE HELP US HELP THOSE with brain disease or disorders. and brain and spinal injuries by donating to the research program.