Paying tribute to MND research ace

Yesterday was Motor Neurone Disease (MND) global awareness day – and we’re highlighting the achievements of our medical graduate Dr Ian Davis OAM who set up FightMND to fund ground-breaking MND research before he was taken by the disease, aged just 40.

His legacy continues at the Ian Davis Flinders University MND Biomarker Facility named in his honour, where important MND research led by Associate Professor Mary-Louise Rogers is currently looking into how the disease begins and how urinary biomarkers can be used in clinical trials.

Read more on Dr Davis’ legacy and why he was recognised with a Flinders University Alumni Award.

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