Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic launches website with Heehaw Digital
The Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic has engaged Heehaw Digital to create a new site for the research facility.
Named after JK Rowling’s mother, who died of complications relating to multiple sclerosis in 1990, the University of Edinburgh facility opened in 2013 and focuses on a wide range of neurological conditions.
The new website aims to raise awareness of the clinic as well as attracting funds and raising awareness of neurological conditions.
Speaking of Heehaw’s involvement, creative director Neil Wurmel commented: “The Anne Rowling Clinic is a great organisation working towards an admirable goal. Heehaw Digital were delighted to be involved in the development of the new website, which will act as a hub for information and fund raising.”
In 2010 the Harry Potter author donated £10 million worth of funding to the University of Edinburgh to found the clinic in her mother’s name.
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