The Elizabeth Pinkerton Memorial award is given annually by TSA to a health professional to recognise their efforts to improve the lives of TSC affected families in Australia. Nominations close on Friday 29th July.
The 2016 Annual General Meeting of Tuberous Sclerosis Australia Inc. will be held on Sunday 18th September from 5pm at Rhodes Phoenix Chinese Restaurant in Sydney. This is an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of TSA, influence future plans and … Read More
After more than 10 years at the helm, David Matheson is retiring as editor of our twice-yearly publication, Reach Out. The volunteer editor of Reach Out coordinates contributions from TSA staff and volunteers and works with paid graphic designers to … Read More
The Elizabeth Pinkerton Memorial award is given annually by TSA to a health professional to recognise their efforts to improve the lives of TSC affected families in Australia. Dr Anne Halbert was presented with the 2015 award at the 2015 … Read More
Build your career by joining the TSA team. This page lists the vacancies we are actively recruiting for. More information on volunteering is available. National fundraising, communications and events manager (Orange NSW, part-time) Tuberous Sclerosis Australia exists to improve the … Read More
Tuberous Sclerosis Australia has published two new resources to help individuals with TSC and their families understand new medicines for TSC. Names of mTOR inhibitor medicines include Afinitor, Everolimus, Sirolimus, Rapamune, and Rapamycin. Read our updated information page on mTOR … Read More
The Elizabeth Pinkerton Memorial award is given annually by Tuberous Sclerosis Australia to a health professional to recognise their efforts to improve the lives of TSC affected people and their families in Australia. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Pinkerton (1984 – 2010) had … Read More
We’re looking for some new team members to join TSA. Can you offer your time and expertise? With only one part-time employee, TSA relies on the hundreds of volunteer hours donated to use each year. Can you join our team? … Read More
The Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance, our sister organisation in the United States, have developed the #IAMTSC public awareness campaign – aiming to reach members of the general public to explain Tuberous Sclerosis, the importance of TSC research and the stories of … Read More
Clare Stuart (nee Pinkerton) started as ATSS’ first Project Officer in November 2011. Clare has commenced work on two projects: Rebuild of the ATSS website, transforming it into an online directory to help TSC families share resources; The 2012 Family Conference, being held in Melbourne on 2nd or 3rd June.