New robotics and lab facilities at Flinders will add power to the University’s vital role in the global fight against motor neurone disease. Supported by FightMND […]
Mary-Louise Rogers’ quest to beat the scourge of Motor Neurone Disease has seen her named one of South Australia’s 2018 ‘Winnovation’ winners. Dr Rogers, who leads […]
Flinders University researchers are pioneering a new and simple test to pick up signals of Motor Neuron Disease in patients.
Flinders Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), Professor Nancy Cromar, led the way yesterday as dozens of Flinders staff and students took a Mass Ice Bucket Challenge to support motor neurone disease.
Scientists from Flinders University have just received a prestigious $100,000 grant to continue their groundbreaking research into motor neuron disease.