“Blood clots affect every family…”
“I’m studying the building blocks of patient blood signatures. My vision is to help people who are prone to clots, and prevent them.” – Dr Freda Passam (2016 SSMRF Grant Recipient) speaking recently at our Give Back Business Leaders event.
This year, SSMRF is asking businesses to come together & make an impact in our hospitals through medical research.
Read more about our Give Back Business Leaders appeal & networking events.
Would you like a free entry in the St.George Beachside Dash?
SSMRF needs your help to raise $20,000 for Dr Fernando Roncolato’s study into the effectiveness of exercise programs during chemotherapy and radiotherapy. This will be the focus of our 2016 St.George Bank Beachside Dash on Sunday 11 September, where you can run 10km, 5km or 2km to help beat cancer – simply start fundraising online.
Click here to secure your free spot in the Dash.
Remembering Michael Tynan OAM (1935 – 2016)
From the Tynan family: “Thank you wholeheartedly for all the tributes, donations and well wishes, both online and in person. The community spirit shown has been truly heartwarming. Michael Tynan loved the Shire and we will continue to make it a better place in his footsteps.”
To read our tribute to Michael, please click here.
Join our next Medical Research Golf Day at The Australian
Register today to join our top Corporate Golfers on Thursday 7 April. This is a not to be missed opportunity to play on, arguably, Australia’s best golf course (and the current home of The Australian Open).
Watch your inbox for an email from Stable Research
Stable Research is an independent, certified market research company. Owners Pip and Karen have donated to our Give Back Business Leaders appeal, and have also donated their services. Very soon, you may receive an email from Stable Research with a quick survey about medical research.
Please help SSMRF by taking our Stable Research survey.
Please donate to medical research happening in Australia
As Dr Passam mentioned at our recent business networking event, medical research funding in Australia is very low:
“This year, if the St George & Sutherland Medical Research Foundation didn’t fund my research, I would have to stop. $50,000 is the minimum standard for a research project to be funded for a year.”
So please, donate to SSMRF today.