Saxon Dean awarded an AMP Tomorrow Grant
Ten year old Saxon from Sydney has been selected as a recipient of AMP’s Tomorrow Fund and will be travelling to the US to learn about mitochondrial disease. Read more.
Families living with rare chronic disease: health related out-of-pocket expenses
A team at the Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit (APSU) are conducting a pilot study about health related out-of-pocket expenses in families living with a rare chronic disease. Read more.
Mito Quilts of Hope
Mito Quilts of Hope aims to send a quilt to everyone in Australia who has been diagnosed with mito as a tangible gesture of support. Read more.
The Bloody Long Walk
The final Bloody Long Walk 2015 takes place in Sydney on Sunday, with 3500 participants embarking on the 35km walk, jog or run from Palm Beach to Manly. Read more.
28 November 2015
IMB Cook Community Classic 2015 Charity Raffle
11 December 2015
Perth Mitochondrial Disease Info Day
29 – 30 January 2016
Listen to world leading stem cell scientist, Professor Alan Trounson’s Radio National Breakfast interview on mitochondrial donation.
The Australian produced an article on mitochondrial donation and the push for change in Australian legislation. Read the article here.
Watch a segment on Catalyst which examines the link between mitochondria health and interval training.
Watch a segment on Channel Seven News featuring Tom Martin his mother Martine. The segment also includes interviews with Prof John Christodoulou and AMDF CEO Sean Murray.
Salk Institute scientists have developed a new technique that cuts out mutations in embryos, leaving healthy DNA intact. Read the BBC coverage.
Listen in to ABC Radio National’s Life Matters program this morning where host Natasha Mitchell interviews a panel of Australian experts about mitochondrial donation IVF technique.