Supporting people in hospitals across South Australia through vital health and medical research and improved patient care.
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THRF adopts extremely high transparency standards when reporting our financials.
Supports research into the detection, management & treatment of breast cancer.
Funding research into prostate cancer prevention, detection & treatment.
Improving heart health through advances in knowledge & research to beat heart disease.
Our aim is to reduce & eliminate the high incidence of chronic kidney disease and diabetes.
Supports health and wellbeing research & programs for veterans, emergency service personnel and their families.
Driving collaboration, innovation & research to develop best-practice arts, design & health programs.
Supporting world-class stroke research to improve prevention, diagnosis & acute treatment to cure stroke.
Providing donor stool to treat patients with bowel conditions and foster research into faecal transplant as a treatment.
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Congratulations to Professor John Beltrame who was awarded a Member (AM) in the General Division in the Order of Australia for significant service to cardiovascular medicine and to medical research and education! read more
The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) is pleased to be supporting emergency department (ED) staff at the Lyell McEwin Hospital by providing healthy snacks and fruit on the go. read more
The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) is backing a leading medical trial program based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) to continue important research into anaesthesia and pain management after surgery. read more
Exciting new research into a traditional Indian herb is showing it has the ability to block the spread and invasiveness of cancer cells, potentially leading to an alternative treatment to chemotherapy. read more