medical research Archives | RAH Research Fund
News March 2017

Where the Research Happens!

The Royal Adelaide Research Fund are always delighted to meet donors in person and be able to show them where some of… Read More

News March 2017

Decades of Service to the RAH Research Fund – Maureen’s story

Maureen Goodwin has been volunteering her time at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Research Fund for over 25 years. Now a Life… Read More

News October 2016

In Memory of Leeanne

Maxine Norton has high hopes for a world free of the heartbreak caused by cancer. At 90 years old, Maxine has been… Read More

News October 2016

Jumping on the Bike for Cancer Research

The members of The Cancer Research Advocate Bikers (CRAB) are passionate about supporting the work of cancer researchers at the Royal Adelaide… Read More

News June 2016

$1million to Boost Research at the Royal Adelaide Hospital

MEDIA RELEASE Tuesday, 21 June 2016 $1million to Boost Research at the Royal Adelaide Hospital RAH Research Fund Medical Research Impact Grant… Read More

News May 2016

Become a Hospital Hero!

You can join an exceptional group of people who help make the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) the best place for you and… Read More

Haematology January 2016

“Medical Research Saved My Life”

Michael Jordan was 16 years old living life to the fullest when he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL). His life… Read More

Supporter Stories January 2016

Community Spirit Boosts the RAH Research Fund!

The RAH Research Fund has been so thankful for the support of the community with its two most recent fundraising events. On… Read More

News August 2015

Living Proof Medical Research Saves Lives

Matt Jackson from the RAH Research Fund was a carefree 19-year-old on the brink of beginning his adult life, when he was… Read More

News August 2015

25 Years of the RAH Research Fund Newsagency

Since opening in November 1990, all proceeds from the RAH Research Fund Newsagency have been directed to fund vital medical research at… Read More

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