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Griffith Bridge And Ian O'Connor Building Light Up For ME/CFS Awareness Day

Wednesday 13 May 2020


From Australia's Griffith University's Griffith News:


Griffith University Ian O'Connor Building

Griffith Bridge and Ian O’Connor Building light up for ME/CFS Awareness Day

By Deborah Marshall
May 12, 2020
Copyright © Griffith University 2020.

Griffith University’s iconic bridge across the Smith Street Motorway and the Ian O’Connor Building will be illuminated in blue to mark International ME/CFS Awareness Day today.

“Griffith University is the world’s foremost research leader in understanding the pathology of ME/CFS,’’ said Professor Sonya Marshall-Gradisnik, Scientific Director, from the National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases (NCNED).

“The symbolism of the Griffith University bridge being illuminated demonstrates the bridging of knowledge by NCNED researchers to the Ian O’Connor Building where the research takes place.”

NCNED aims to identify the pathology of CFS/ME, develop a suitable blood test and identify candidate drugs for possible treatments.


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