SSMRF CEO speaks at Lions Club of Lugarno

Members of the Lions Club of Lugarno have been very supportive of St George & Sutherland Medical Research Foundation for several years, raising over $60,000 for medical research in our local hospitals of St George and Sutherland.

SSMRF CEO Pam Brown was invited to speak at the recent Lugarno Lions meeting, detailing the many and varied research projects the Foundation funds, while also delivering a presentation showcasing the work of the UNSW Microbiome Research Centre, in particular, the studies into gut health.

“We’re so grateful of the support of the Lugarno Lions and pleased to see that our partnership continues to grow. We’re looking forward to being a part of the Lugarno Lions Spring Festival in March and exploring other ways we can work together to fund medical research in our local area,” said CEO Pam Brown.

Kathryn, Mike from Lions Club of Lugarno and Pam SSMRF

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