Date Claimer for TRI Visit
On Sunday 29th April 2018, Lions Medical Research Foundation, in partnership with The University of Queensland, will be presenting an opportunity for the Lions Clubs of Queensland and Northern New South Wales to enjoy a presentation at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) from researchers (past and present), and representatives from the Diamantina Institute and SPARQ-ed.
Presentations will be followed by morning tea and a tour of the TRI.
This is an early date claimer for you to share within your clubs and districts, but an invitation and full program will be available shortly.
ABOUT Translational Research Institute. The TRI is a state of the art complex and laboratories bringing together four of the country’s major research laboratories. Researchers work together translating their findings of biomedical research into better patient outcomes. For the first time in Australia – biopharmaceuticals and treatments are discovered, produced, clinically tested and manufactured in one location.
ABOUT Students Performing Advanced Research Queensland (SPARQ-ed).
SPARQ-ed is a unique educational facility established as a collaboration between The University of Queensland’s Diamantina Institute and Queensland’s Department of Education. SPARQ-ed aims to promote excellence and innovation in biological and biomedical education by delivering world class specialist programs to Queensland school students and their teachers.
For further information please contact Lions Medical Research Foundation on (07) 3832 1688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org