We already knew she was tough, running over 150km of muddy obstacle races this year raising money for the BDFA, and now it's official. Jenny Shackleton has been chosen as one of ITV's, Good Morning Britain's 'Tough Mums'. Watch this Thursday…
Below you can download or read the draft programmes for the conference. Conference Programme Children's Programme
This is a great opportunity for a motivated, highly-organised individual to make a significant contribution as part of a team to the development of a growing charity to help it achieve its Vision of a world without Batten disease.
Invitation to Dr Claire Russell’s Lab at Royal Veterinary College, London Friday 25th September 2015 11am-4pm Royal College Street London NW1 0TU
Recreating NCL (Batten disease) in animals allows us to understand what processes go wrong in the disease and enables the testing of new therapeutic approaches. In particular, zebrafish have unique features which make them easy to study and manipulate to help us to better understand these diseases.