Shelley Beverley (mito community member and registered Psychologist) walkthrough the emotional toll of mito from a professional and personal perspective.
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During a Mito Information Day, Meghan spoke about protein quality control and its importance to maintain healthy mitochondria.
Dr Kate Ahmad is a Sydney neurologist specialising in Neuro-ophthalmology and neurogenetics. She spoke about the impact of mitochondrial eye disease and how to live well with them, focusing on inherited optic neuropathies.
During a Mito Connect Call, three Accredited Exercise Physiologists who voluntarily collaborate to improve outcomes for patients with mito, answered questions from the community.
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.