On a rainy Sunday morning a number of researchers, clinicians and staff from the Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine and the Institute for Breathing and Sleep walked and ran for the inaugural "Love Your Lungs" Run to support the Australian Lung Foundation. Congratulations to all that participated. For the record, David was beaten by his twin 12 year old daughters in the 5km event.
Pictured (L to R) Ruby Berlowitz (4th female in 5km), Anne Holland (6th female in 10km), David Berlowitz (12th male in 5km), Ella Berlowitz (5th female in 5km), Nicole Goh (10km walk), Christopher Worsnop (9th male in 10km) and Ivan Nuguid (5th male in 10km run)
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Dear IBAS folk We spend a great deal of our time working in clinical trials; devising, writing, running and publishing. A lot of what we do is very specific to each study
"On a rainy Sunday morning a number of researchers, clinicians and staff from the Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine and the Institute for Breathing and Sleep