Professor Tim Lynch led the way in the DNI 2021 Front Line run – ‘Run as One’ – undertaking a 5K run on both Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February 2021.
Luke O’Neill is professor of biochemistry in the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin. Prof. O’Neill has been making the news in recent times in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic but this week he’s making the news about the DNI 2021 Front Line Run and why ‘Run as One’ is such an important event and is so worthwhile of your support. Please listen to Luke’s message in the video below.
Sean J. Pittock, M.D., is the director of Mayo Clinic’s Center for Multiple Sclerosis and Autoimmune Neurology and of Mayo’s Neuroimmunology Research Laboratory. In this video he braves the Minnesota refreshing winter weather to offer his personal support and encouragement for our 2021 Front Line Run.
Former Republic of Ireland soccer star Kevin Doyle and Champion Jump Jockey Barry Geraghty have added their support to the Run as One DNI Frontline 5k run. Please watch the video below as they voice their support for the event and urge you to do the same.
On the 16th February 2021, Gaelic football family Noel McCaffrey (left) -in the image below- his son Jack (right) and daughter Sarah (who have all played in All-Ireland Finals) took the time out with Prof Tim Lynch to launch the 2021 Dublin Neurological Institute Frontline Run – ‘Let’s Run as One‘, over 5km on February 27th and 28th in support of the Mater Neurological Appeal. The launch took place at St Anne’s Park, Clontarf East, Raheny in Dublin. Some of the local wildlife joined in and ‘took to wing’ to mark their approval for the cause.
A stellar cast of Irish Sports Commentators have come forward to support our 2021 Front Line Staff 5k run/walk on behalf of the Dublin Neurological Institute. Please take the time to watch this video and understand why Darragh Maloney, Ger Canning, the evergreen Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh and Marty Morrissey consider this such a worthwhile cause to support and urge you to do the same.
Dublin Neurological Institute is pleased to announce that its online donation facility is now operational. It is now easier and more convenient for you to join a great cause.
If you’d like to understand the critical work we undertake at the Dublin Neurological Institute please take the time to view the video below by Ronan McGreevy, Journalist & Videographer while working on an in-depth behind the scenes look at the DNI for the Irish Times Family and Health supplement. Meet some of the patients we treat and support and understand the objectives of the Institute and the challenges we face as explained by Clinical Director Prof. Tim Lynch.