Come run with us as a part of Team Centenary at this year’s City2Surf and help support our ground-breaking medical research.
Emily, one of our most passionate Centenary supporters will be taking the start line. In a heartbreaking experience, Emily’s husband Michael died suddenly from cardiac arrest at the age of 35. He was fit and healthy with no prior symptoms of disease. Emily was pregnant with their twins.
“I’m now aware that up to four young Australians under 35 will lose their lives following sudden cardiac arrest each and every week. And research is key to preventing this from happening. Please consider running with me and Team Centenary to help spare other families from going through the same traumatic experience.” Emily.
Will you run with Emily and Team Centenary at this year’s City2Surf?
Follow this link for detailed instructions on how to register and join our team. https://www.centenary.org.au/event/join-team-centenary-in-the-city2surf/
If you would like to discuss your registration or fundraising for Centenary please contact us on 1800 677 977 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centenary Institute’s Summer Research Scholarship Program has drawn to a close with students presenting their completed research projects.
Introducing cardiac genetic counsellor, PhD student and Chair of the Australasian Society of Genetic Counsellors, the Centenary Institute’s Laura Yeates.
Associate Professor Anthony Don has received a funding grant to help investigate and develop drugs that can better treat multiple sclerosis.