What would you give if your wife, sister or friend suffered a birth related tragedy?

By Julia Eyles on November 7, 2013

Butterfly Babies have joined forces with The Harcourts Foundation enabling them to support the Perinatal Research Centre in their quest to provide cutting-edge solutions to pregnancy and birth-related tragedies. The aim is to ensure that the vital research they perform continues ensuring health outcomes for mothers and babies are improved.


“Through their generous donation to Butterfly Babies, the Harcourts Foundation has made a significant contribution in helping to protect the brains of the most vulnerable in our community, our newborn babies.”


Professor Paul Colditz MBBS, FRACP, FRCPCH, MBiomedEng, DPhil (Oxford) Professor of Perinatal Medicine University of Queensland; Director, Perinatal Research Centre; School of Medicine Deputy Director (Clinical) University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research Group Head, Clinical Neurosciences Laboratory UQ Centre for Clinical Research.

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