Get involved, have a great time, and support QBI to raise funds for neuroscience research! Just select Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) as your charity.

Bridge to Brisbane

The 2017 Bridge to Brisbane entries are now open. Please sign up and raise funds for our research by joining team Queensland Brain Institute- University of Queensland. 

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Step 1: Go the the Bridge to Brisbane website. Enter via the team option using ‘join a team’. 
Step 2: Fill out Name/ Email and select 5km or 10km. Make sure “are you joining a team” is ticked and  search ‘Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland, QBI'. Complete your personal information and ensure you select charity – ‘Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), The University of Queensland’.  Proceed to Payment. Once you have registered here, you also have to set up an EverydayHero page. You can do this by selecting 'Start Fundraising'
Step 4: Create a supporter page through EveryDayHero.
Step 5: Join an existing team in EveryDayHero – search Queensland Brain Institute

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Childhood brain injury and disorders

Help us to understand the cause of childhood brain injury and disorders that lead to life-long disability. Common symptoms and clinical diagnoses are corpus callosum malformation, autism, ADHD, epilepsy, intellectual and learning disabilities, difficulties with social communication, language development and reading, visual, hearing or motor impairment.

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Priority research

Support QBI's most urgent, priority research, where funds are needed most. With your help, funds raised will tackle some of the most devastating neurological conditions facing society.

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Choose an event

Whether it's running, cycling, swimming or walking, there are plenty of events you can choose from to raise funds for QBI

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Coral Watch

Coral reefs around the world face unprecedented coral bleaching and degradation. Now more than ever, CoralWatch needs your help to engage the local and global community in reef conservation.

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Concussion is emerging as a major health issue. It’s not just major head trauma that we need to worry about or the short-term consequences of impacts to the head. Research on the brains of former athletes is raising awareness of the longterm neurological damage that can be caused by repeated, apparently minor knocks to the head.

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