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Peter Couche Foundation Wine Dinner

Peter Couche Foundation Wine Dinner 1st November 2012 Peter Couche was a successful stockbroker and father of three who suffered a stroke at age 40 (over 20 years ago) which left him with locked-in syndrome. Peter established the Peter Couche Foundation which proudly supports world leading adult stem cell (non-embryonic) research designed to regenerate and […]

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Seminar: Developmental Overnutrition

With Debbie Lawlor, Professor of Epidemiology, University of Bristol, UK The association between pregnancy diabetes and having a heavier and fatter baby has been recognised for many decades. There is good evidence that the mechanisms underlying this association are the free transfer of glucose across the placenta, which results in ‘overnutrition’ of the developing fetus […]

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The next big medical leap

South Australia’s Sunday Mail ran an insightful article about the hope stem cells provide and the exciting research happening here at the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Institute using adult stem cells. The article focuses on our innovative Stroke Research Program, lead by Associate Professor Simon Koblar (right), which is using adult stem cells from teeth as […]

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