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Jun 2014
Predicting MS in children
Oct 2014
Three new Incubator Grants announced
Dec 2014
2015 Funding announced
Mar 2015
Investigating new treatment options
Oct 2015
Progress in MS Research Conference
Feb 2016
2016 Round of Funding
Feb 2014
New projects being funded
Feb 2014
Breakthrough study shows great promise

Meet some of the researchers

funded by the Trish Foundation

Dr Lawrence Ong

When you ask a dedicated and hard-working scientific researcher what three things he’d take to a deserted island, it’s no surprise to discover two items are the ultimate in relaxation, but one is completely focused on getting back to his life and his work.

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Photo: The Westmead Institute for Medical Research

Dr Fiona McKay

Dr Fiona McKay, mother of two young boys is piecing together the puzzle of MS, one gene at time.

Growing up, Dr Fiona McKay was fascinated by the human body and watched a lot of surgery documentaries. Now the mother of two is working to find a cure for MS.  

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Photo: Benjamin Lee Photography

Jae Lee

Jae Lee's Postgraduate Research Scholarship, funded by the Trish Foundation 2013-2015, is entitled Targeting the molecular mechanisms of axonal degeneration and de-remyelination in multiple sclerosis.

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Jae Lee and his supervisor Dr Steven
Petratos, who was a recipient in the Foundation's inaugural round of funding
in 2002.

Dr Linda Ly

The Trish Foundation is proud to be funding Dr Linda Ly’s Post Doctoral Fellowship which aims to better understand the repair mechanisms in multiple sclerosis (MS).  

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Professor Graeme Stewart AM

Professor Graeme Stewart AM, husband, father, grandfather, all round good guy and one of the world’s most eminent scientists.

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Associate Professor Helmut Butzkueven

“The ‘holy grail’ of MS research? Finding the cause, of course.”  

This simple statement underpins the work of Associate Professor Helmut Butzkueven, a long-term and much valued research partner of the Trish Foundation.

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Professor John Prineas – World-wide recognition

"Professor John Prineas is both a treasured resource and an inspiration to all involved in the investigation of MS", said Professor Bill Carroll, Chairman of MS Research Australia's Research Review Board and Research Management Council.

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Dr Ben Emery

Since graduating from the University of Melbourne in December 2000 with a BSc (Hons, First Class), the career of Dr Ben Emery, has gone from strength to strength.

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Two outstanding Postgraduate Research Scholars funded by the Trish Foundation have made a difference in MS research.

Attila Szvetko, a fine example of a diligent and hard-working young researcher has made a great contribution to MS research in Australia and given hope to people with this disease. 

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A day in the lab with Natalie Payne was very busy, her commitment and her strong work ethic really shining through.

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Natalie and her supervisor, Professor Claude Bernard

 

 

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