Neurosurgery

City's neuro links may seal Stones deal

City's neuro links may seal Stones deal

A Dunedin promoter is hoping to entice the Rolling Stones to Forsyth Barr Stadium for a concert next year.

Rural Otago groups give almost $10k

Rural Otago groups give almost $10k

The bid to raise $3 million for neurosurgery positions in the South has received a nearly $10,000 boost from rural Otago.

Waikouaiti women's apple sales help boost appeal

A group of Waikouaiti women have helped boost the Neurological Foundation Chair in Neurosurgery appeal to $2.3 million.

Neurosurgery candidate

The University of Otago has a favoured candidate for the post of inaugural professor of the Neurological Foundation Chair in Neurosurgery.

SDHB reviewing case of misdiagnosed brain bleed

SDHB reviewing case of misdiagnosed brain bleed

The Southern District Health Board is undergoing a clinical review because of the treatment of a Queenstown man who was dismissed as a drunk, despite having a life-threatening brain injury.

Auctions push appeal past $2 million mark

Auctions push appeal past $2 million mark

More than $160,000 has been added to Dunedin's neurosurgery appeal with the auction of a charity-built three-bedroom house.

Milestone moment: campaign tops $2m

Milestone moment: campaign tops $2m

The neurosurgery fundraising campaign has hit the $2 million mark, with less than a third of the total target still to raise.

Three on short-list for professorship

Three prospective professors of neurosurgery will be interviewed next month for the Chair in Neurosurgery at the University of Otago.

Trust donates $85,368

The Clutha Licensing Trust has given $85,368 to the Chair in Neurosurgery campaign, bringing the tally close to the $2 million mark.

Tramp raises funds for chair

Tramp raises funds for chair

A Milford Track "brain walk" last week raised $112,000 for the chair in neurosurgery at the University Of Otago. Eileen Goodwin was one of 55 walkers taking part.

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