Entries by RhapsodyinGraphics

A simple look at what we do

We look at each individual patient’s genome (their DNA), microbiome (the gut) and spinal fluid in precise detail to search for the cause of the underlying issues surrounding the neurodegenerative diseases. We believe that by looking at the interplay between these and the immune system we will be able to create treatment pathways previously unavailable […]

Personalised science for neurodegenerative diseases

Our organisation was born with a different ideology, based on collaboration and adopting an outside the box approach to Neurodegenerative Diseases (ND’s). Our unique approach, disruptive process examines these diseases by looking at commonalities between them, rather than treating them as different. The reason for this is the central sites governing the manifestation of each […]


12 August 2018

Be part of the worlds largest fun run and help raise awareness and much needed funds for Iggy Get out. Join 80,000 runners, walkers, pushers and everyone on between, in Sydney on Sunday 12 August. Look out for our pit-stop at the Christiansen Park roundabout and go in the running to win a $250 gift voucher of your choice.

To find out more about how to get involved send us an email info@iggygetout.com


10 August 2018 – Limited Tickets Available

Dust off your retro ski gear and party Apres Style in support of Iggy Get Out!

Enjoy amazing food by 1888 Certified, warm yourself with mulled wine from Bird In Hand Winery and boogie away to The Strolling Bones.

Tickets are selling fast so make sure you’re at THE event this winter.


Bob Montgomery’s Ride from Darwin to Port Douglas

The legendary Bob Montgomery, who aged 74 is on his last leg of his epic bike ride around Australia raising money for Iggy Get OutOut and Huntington’s NSW & ACT. Heading off from Darwin on the 19th July he will travel 3000km’s to Port Douglas with the sole focus on raising $100,000!

Get behind Bob and help him reach his $100,000 target.

You Keep on Going

8 years ago Peter Schutzinger was living a life like many other Australians. A father of 2 boys, a loving husband, a devoted son and brother and adored friend too many. He enjoyed an extremely active fulfilling life until at the age of 42 his whole life was turned upside down. Suffering from an increasingly […]