During the 2021 Mito Foundation Symposium, Professor Megan Munsie touched on the challenges in the Australian context and how they might be overcome
During the 2021 Mito Foundation Symposium, Rebecca Patterson spoke about the importance of mitochondrial donation for her life and others within the community.
During the 2021 Mito Foundation Symposium, Dr. Suzanne Sallevelt explored other reproductive options outside of mitochondrial donation.
During the 2021 Mito Foundation Symposium, Professor Carolyn Sue AM explored the practicality of mitochondrial donation in a clinical setting.
During the 2021 Mito Foundation Symposium, Angela Wallbank provided an update on Mitochondrial Donation Law Reform (Maeve’s Law) Bill 2021 and related consultation, and the details available in terms of implementation.
During the 2021 Mito Foundation Symposium, Professor Grainne Gorman outlined the pathway adopted in the UK to introduce mitochondrial donation and the lessons learnt along the way.
At a Tasmania Mito Information Day, Dr. Christina Liang (Staff Specialist Neurologist) spoke about the benefits of receiving a confirmed genetic diagnosis for mitochondrial disease.
At a Tasmania Mito Foundation, Phil Ladlow (Neurological Physiotherapist) spoke about the role and benefits of exercise and positive lifestyle activities in optimising wellbeing in individuals with mito.
During a Mito Connect Call, Michele Hemmings (Patient Pathways Nurse) shared advice to advocate for children at school to ensure they are getting the best support.
During this timely Mito Connect Call, Tammy Whait (Inclusion Support Solutions) explores how to access the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) benefits if your situation has changed.