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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On Thursday 1 November 2018, more than 130 dedicated and highly valued supporters of THRF attended our Basil Hetzel Society Thank You Luncheon at the Glenelg Golf Club. read more
The Hospital Research Foundation is proud to announce its Chief Financial Officer, Anna Nolan, has been elected Chair of the SA/NT branch of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand for 2019. read more
Country hospitals across the State are being boosted with new equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, thanks to a grant from The Hospital Research Foundation. read more
Construction has commenced for a third ‘Under Our Roof’ home to provide much-needed accommodation for country cancer patients receiving treatment at hospitals in Adelaide. read more
After seeing her loving father suffer a debilitating stroke 50 years ago, Marilyn Jackson thought she would share the same fate when she suffered a stroke earlier this year. However, thanks to medical advancements, Marilyn’s stroke did not leave her with any debilitating side effects! read more
Could an iron infusion improve the cardiovascular function of pregnant women? Research is set to find out! Young researcher Min (Susie) Kim has secured an Early Career Introduction to Research Fellowship in our inaugural grant round within the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network and will be researching the health impacts iron deficiency can have on a pregnant women’s cardiovascular function at the Lyell McEwin Hospital. read more
The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) has this week opened a Hub at the Lyell McEwin Hospital that will help discover cures for illnesses and improve care for local communities. read more
In January of 2018, The Hospital Research Foundation moved its financial year to align with the calendar year (January – December). This allows us to work more seamlessly with the research institutes we provide funding for, ensuring our support of research is the most efficient it can be. read more
Still grieving the loss of his loving father who passed away from prostate cancer at the age of 94, 68-year-old John Murray found himself diagnosed with the same heartbreaking disease in June last year. read more
It was a pain in her right breast, like that of a torn muscle, which led young mother Kate Shields to a breast cancer diagnosis that she never saw coming. In January last year the 38-year-old mother was diagnosed with aggressive hormonal breast cancer. read more