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23 September 2013

On Friday 20th September, the Federal Minister for Health and Minister for Sport, the Hon Peter Dutton MP, made his first official visit in his new portfolio, to the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI).

L-R UQ Vice- Chancellor Professor Peter Høj, QBI's Director Professor Perry Bartlett, the Hon Jane Prentice MP, Member for Ryan, the Hon Peter Dutton MP, Federal Minister for Health and Minister for Sport, CJCADR Director Professor Jürgen Götz and Associate Professor Elizabeth Coulson.

Monday 23 September 2013

On Friday 20th September, the Federal Minister for Health and Minister for Sport, the Hon Peter Dutton MP, made his first official visit in his new portfolio, to the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI).

He heard from QBI's dementia experts about how they will be utilising their $9 million allocation, of the Coalition's overall national commitment of $200 million, to accelerate the research towards a cure for dementia.

Mr Dutton visited QBI's Clem Jones Centre for Ageing Dementia Research (CJCADR) where he was joined by Member for Ryan, the Hon Jane Prentice MP.

He toured the facility with UQ Vice- Chancellor Professor Peter Høj, QBI's Director Professor Perry Bartlett, CJCADR Director Professor Jürgen Götz and Associate Professor Elizabeth Coulson.