The Rotary Club of Cambridge welcomed Perkins Community Education and Engagement Manager Judi Lane to speak on the research undertaken at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
Joined by the Rotary Club of Scarborough and Western Endeavours clubs, more than 50 members listened as Judi shared her personal passion for medical research, and some of the achievements and research projects at the Perkins over the past 21 years.
Community groups can invite a Perkins staff member to speak on the lifesaving research happening at the Perkins at a local meeting or presentation at ‘talks and tours’.
Alternatively, there are a range of tours and interactive activities for community groups at the Lotterywest BioDiscovery Centre, including hands-on experiments in the BioDiscovery lab, guided building tours, talks with Perkins researchers and more. For details, please visit the community page.