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Generous $2m Donation To Bolster Efforts Of Griffith CFS Researchers

Thursday 29 November 2018

 

From Australia's Griffith University:

 

Griffith researchers
 

Generous $2m donation to bolster efforts of Griffith CFS researchers

By Carley Rosengreen
November 27, 2018
© Copyright Griffith University

The opening address at an international conference on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome marked the announcement of two funded professorships for Griffith researchers worth more than $2 million.

Stafford Fox Medical Research Foundation trustee Paul Brotchie announced the funding of two full Professorial Research Fellowships for four years at the 2018 National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases Research, Innovation and Discovery CFS/ME International Conference held at Crowne Plaza on the Gold Coast.

The fellowships were bestowed to Co-Directors of Griffith’s NCNED Menzies Health Institute of Queensland Professors Sonya Marshall-Gradisnik and Donald Staines for the advancement of biomedical and clinical research into the treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME).

“These research Fellowships are in recognition of the outstanding achievements of Professors Marshall-Gradisnik and Staines in biomedical discoveries in CFS/ME,” Brotchie said.

“These Stafford Fox Medical Research Foundation Fellowships will enable concentrated effort in discovering effective pharmacotherapeutics for the treatment of this disabling illness.”

 

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