To date, in our fight against brain cancer, the Foundation has raised over $20 million funded a Brain Cancer Biobank, Travel Grants Program, 10 research projects (including 2 Fellowships) and multiple Brain Cancer Care Coordinators! Here is where we can show you the results of that funding. Drop in here from time to time to see how your donations do make a difference. Together we can tackle brain cancer!
An update on partnership with the University of Newcastle
The first role to be recruited into this team will be The Research Development Coordinator...
The AIM BRAIN Project
Recent advances in technology have shown that the traditional ways of classifying brain tumours were only telling part of the...
UON and MHF partnership
Mark Hughes Foundation makes $7.5 million funding commitment to the University of Newcastle accelerating brain cancer research.
Mind Over Matter: Confronting Challenges in Post-Mortem Brain Biobanking for Glioblastoma Multiforme
The Mark Hughes Foundation Brain Biobank is one of the first post-mortem adult brain banks in Australia to operate with...
MARK HUGHES FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES $1.578 MILLION IN BRAIN CANCER RESEARCH GRANTS
Medical researchers from around Australia, along with people impacted by brain cancer, will benefit from the research grants announced by...
Funds support new brain cancer investigation
Dr Bardy has successfully obtained three years’ funding for a new brain cancer research project
Breathing Space app
Researchers at the University of Newcastle want to hear about your experiences of caring or supporting a loved one with...
2020 Innovation Grants Round
Applications for the 2020 Round close at 5pm on the 14th September 2020.
MHF Fellowship - Dr Mike Fay
Dr Mike Fay has just finished a 3-year Fellowship supported by the Mark Hughes Foundation