Strap on your running/walking shoes and join Team Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), University of Queensland (UQ) in raising vital funds for brain research at the Bridge to Brisbane on Sunday, August 25, 2019.

All funds raised will go towards helping our researchers solve two of the greatest challenges of modern science: understanding brain function and preventing/treating disorders of the brain.

Our scientists work tirelessly towards developing new treatments for disorders that have a devastating impact on people’s lives. These disorders include dementia, motor neurone disease (MND), stroke, Parkinson’s disease, depression, anxiety and schizophrenia.

Join our team today and help us fundraise – your help and support will be greatly appreciated!

The first 25 people to raise over $250 for research at the Queensland Brain Institute will receive a free running singlet! 

And if you are unable to participate, you can still support our team by making a donation.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch


How to join Team QBI, UQ

Step 1: Create a supporter page here through Everyday Hero; (you can use Facebook, email, Fitbit etc)

Step 2. Join our team here or search "Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), University of Queensland (UQ)" 

After you’ve registered to fundraise through Everyday Hero you’ll also need to register with Bridge to Brisbane for the event.

Step 3: Register at the official Bridge to Brisbane page, via the team option using ‘join a team’. Select "Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), University of Queensland (UQ)"

Step 4: Complete personal information and select the 5km or 10km option

Step 5: Make sure “are you joining a team” is ticked and search ‘Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), University of Queensland (UQ) '

Step 6: Select charity – ‘Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), University of Queensland (UQ) ’

About Bridge to Brisbane

All funds raised will help researchers at the Queensland Brain Institute to tackle some of the greatest need areas in health, such as ageing dementia, stroke, autism, depression and anxiety, motor neurone disease, schizophrenia and spinal cord injury. We welcome people to join the team and help us reach our target!


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