2018 | RAH Research Fund
News November 2018

RAH-SEARCH DAY 2018

Join us for an exciting opportunity to meet our world-class researchers and hear about the latest advancements in medical research.

Supporter Stories October 2018

Emily’s sign of love

Emily’s sign was much more than a sheet of cardboard with big letters proclaiming: “Stuff for Sale”. It was a sign of… Read More

Supporter Stories October 2018

CRAB: Cancer Research Advocate Bikers

Background Cancer Research Advocate Bikers (CRAB) is a not-for-profit organisation that was originally founded in Queensland by a biker named Robbie Grimstone… Read More

Supporter Stories October 2018

Beachport Bowling Club

Background Beachport is a small town of around 650 people on the beautiful Limestone Coast in SA’s lower south-east. The popular tourist… Read More

News September 2018

Where’s Scrubs?

Our unbearably cute mascot Scrubs is rapidly becoming a selfie star of the world. So much so he’s getting his own Facebook… Read More

Volunteer Profile September 2018

Volunteer Profile: Isobelle Brett

Isobelle is proud to wear the purple shirt as a Volunteer Guide one day a week. One of the friendly faces located… Read More

News September 2018

The little shop with a big heart

There’s a corner of the Royal Adelaide Hospital that is a little bit like walking into a country fete. SARAH’s Gift Shop… Read More

Events September 2018

Tea time thanks

It was tea time and thanks to Royal Adelaide Hospital Research Fund donors for their recent support of vital research at two… Read More

News September 2018

Lady luck shines with big Lotto wins!

It’s a winner! (L-R) Newsagency staff Graham and Cynthia celebrate the big Lotto prize. Lady Luck shone on the Royal Adelaide Hospital… Read More

Researcher Profiles September 2018

Campaign Follow-up: Chronic Liver Disease

Diagnostic tool for chronic liver disease a step closer A $135,000 equipment grant for the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Liver Unit has… Read More

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