ANN and CRE-NMD Annual Scientific Meeting 2014

Our 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting was a huge success with close to 100 delegates attending, making this our biggest meeting yet! The meeting was held on the 27th and 28th March across The Royal Children’s Hospital and Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Parkville, Melbourne. Thank you to all those who attended and presented. You all […]

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Duchenne Foundation’s Melbourne Symposium 2014

The Duchenne Foundation Australia invites you to register your attendance for the Melbourne Symposium 2014, “A Breath of Fresh Air”. The conference provides an opportunity for patients, carers and health care professionals to come together with international respiratory and cardiac experts to give those affected by Duchenne, first-world knowledge and support. Program details are available […]

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Annual Scientific Report 2012

The inaugural Annual Scientific Report for the Centre for Research Excellence in Neuromuscular Disorders (CRE-NMD) and Australasian Neuromuscular Network (ANN) has been released! The report details our goals, activities, teamwork and achievements for the year of 2012. Please follow the link to find out more: http://www.ann.org.au/annual-scientific-report-2012/.  

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World’s first petition signing bionic arm

Save Our Sons and the Duchenne Foundation have launched the world’s first petition signing bionic arm in an effort to raise awareness for young sufferers of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). The robot arm was invented to do what many young DMD sufferers can’t – write. The arm takes its commands from the website,TheMostPowerfulArm.com, where visitors […]

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