Neurosurgery

Mercy gives $50,000 to appeal

Mercy gives $50,000 to appeal

Dunedin's Mercy Hospital has given $50,000 to the Chair in Neurosurgery appeal, which has now toppped $1.8 million.

Art to raise funds

Art to raise funds

South Otago is continuing to help raise $3 million for neurosurgery positions in the South with a creative fundraiser unveiled in Owaka on Friday night.

Promoting Brain Awareness Week

Promoting Brain Awareness Week

University of Otago psychology student Helen Tsui (left) chats to Parkinson's disease researcher Dr Louise Parr-Brownlie (far right), of the University of Otago's Brain Health Research Centre, while chair in neurosurgery fundraising project manager Irene Mosley and Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society field officer Don Benn look on.

Pharmacy guild gives $12,000

Pharmacy guild gives $12,000

Happy with a $12,000 donation from Dunedin Pharmacy Guild members to the Chair in Neurosurgery campaign are (from left) guild Otago division chairman and director of Unichem Gardens Pharmacy, Dunedin North Pharmacy and Unichem South City Pharmacy, Chin Loh, campaign chairman Brian McMahon and Roslyn Care Chemist director Andy Hou, as other guild members look on, in Dunedin yesterday.

Brain house build begins today

Brain house build begins today

Building starts today on the Mitre 10 neurosurgery brain house in Dunedin.

Campaign supported in many ways

Campaign supported in many ways

Upper Clutha quilters will spend today and tomorrow making a quilt which will be raffled to raise funds for the neurosurgery campaign.

Day could make a difference

Day could make a difference

An Oamaru woman is urging people to give a portion of the extra day they work for leap year to the neurosurgery fundraising campaign.

Neurosurgery fundraising walk

Neurosurgery fundraising walk

Two Dunedin students, Matt Fuller (28, left) and Richard Aspinall (23) hit their stride in Princes St, Dunedin, this week, watched by Dr Jill McIlraith, clinical leader of Dunedin Sexual Health Clinic, and husband Dunedin neurologist Associate Prof Graeme Hammond-Tooke.

Neurosurgery halfway mark reached

Neurosurgery halfway mark reached

Public donations have helped the neurosurgery campaign reach its halfway goal, with more than $1.5 million raised.

House to benefit southern neuro appeal

House to benefit southern neuro appeal

A house is to be built and auctioned to raise funds for the neurosurgery campaign.

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