Tuesday July 7, 2020

Lisney provides offices to house spinal injury trust

6th September, 2015
Mark Pollock (foreground) and Piers White, head of the Mark Pollock Trust, with James Nugent and Duncan Lyster of Lisney

Property company Lisney has provided office space to the Mark Pollock Trust as part of its corporate social responsibility programme. There is no cure currently for people suffering from a complete spinal cord injury. The team at Mark Pollock Trust aims to change this reality by raising €5 million by 2020. It will use this to translate scientific advances from the lab into humans to fast-track a cure for paralysis.

“At Lisney, we take CSR very...

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