Your support makes a 100% difference.

Your donation makes a difference to the lives of our family, friends and the wider community – everyday. When you support The Hospital Research Foundation 100% of your donation is directed to health and medical researchers to help deliver improved treatments, cures and patient care in our hospitals. How? Our commercial activities subsidise our administrative costs ensuring your donations can be used in the way your intended. And that makes you a 100% supporter. Thank you.

Our audited financial statements can be viewed here at your convenience.

The Hospital Research Foundation prides itself on allocating the generous donations received from our donors to the research projects in a transparent, fair and equitable fashion through our Research Review Committee.

Why have a Research Review Committee?

To increase the accountability of money spent and to ensure a transparent transfer of funds from The Hospital Research Foundation to researchers, THRF funding is gifted on a competitive application basis.  To ensure this application and review process is fair and equitable The Hospital Research Foundation has established a completely independent Research Review Committee (RRC).  This committee is comprised of esteemed Australian researchers.

The Committee will determine the best way to allocate the money donated by The Hospital Research Foundation to the researchers. This Research Review Committee system is vital as it allows money to be allocated on strong academic basis and scientific capability, and is an important step towards creating an impartial system that demonstrates consistency across all funding by The Hospital Research Foundation.

Research Review Committee Members

Chair: Professor Colin Johnston AO, Professor of Medicine & Senior Principal Research Fellow at the Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute, Melbourne

Professor Judith Whitworth- a previous Chief Medical Officer of the Commonwealth and former Director of the John Curtain School of Medical Research at ANU. She has interest in Renal Medicine, Translational research & Health Policy.

Professor Rick Kefford- a medical oncologist, clinic-laboratory investigator and Professor of Cancer Medicine at Macquarie University.

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