Friday, September 18, 2009

HMRI cocktail party

Last night Peach hosted the HMRI Foundation, its researchers and supporters in its new offices overlooking the working harbour in Wickham.

Around 80 people celebrated the achievements of PULSE in its efforts to raise money for early career medical researchers.

Award-winning early career researcher, Dr Jodie Simpson shared the amazing work she and her team have achieved for increased understanding and prevention of Asthma. HMRI also took the opportunity to launch a new book called, "From Ideas to Discovery," which celebrates the achievements of PULSE and the careers of the region's early career medical reserachers.

Peach also announced that over an 11 year partnership, it has supported HMRI to the tune of over $200,000.

Thanks to all for a great night - We'll upload our photos soon - and keep your eye on the Newcastle Herald social pages and an upcoming feature in Hunter Lifestyle Magazine.

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