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Local fundraisers support Huntington's research

Following a tour of our research labs, a local fundraising group began their efforts to support the 'world-leading research overseen by Dr Shouqing Luo.

"All our local fundraising is as the result of a visit we paid to the labs at PUPSMD to meet the team trying to find a cure for Huntington’s disease. We were impressed by what we saw and decided to support local research – we are fortunate to have a team of scientists on our doorstep who are working to develop a treatment for a disease which has touched us all so deeply.”

Local fundraising enables purchase of vital equipment

Local people affected by Huntington's disease visit labs where a treatment is being sought

Devon FA elects Brain Tumour Research as their chosen charity

Devon FA chose Brain Tumour Research as their nominated charity for an entire season with a commitment to raising at least £5,484 – which equates to two days of work in the Brain Tumour Research Centre of Excellence lab.

“We are delighted to have chosen Brain Tumour Research at University of Plymouth as our first ever dedicated charity for a season. We hope that our supporters will back us by digging deep for this research which has the potential to change lives.”

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Colleague remembered in brain tumour research fundraising event

Members of the Cleaning Services Team at University of Plymouth held a horror-themed fundraising day to remember a colleague who died of a brain tumour

"It was a fun packed day which everyone involved felt proud and pleased to be part of. The amount raised exceeded expectations from us all, and it has spurred us on to do more to help fund a PhD student and keep John McMahon's memory alive. We had overwhelming support from staff across the campus who fully supported our efforts and cause. Many thanks to all who contributed."

University of Plymouth Staff Cleaning Team continue to raise funds in John's memory.

<p>University of Plymouth staff cleaning team fundraising for Brain Tumour Research in memory or former colleague John McMahon.&nbsp;</p>