The Mark Hughes Foundation is immensely proud to be affiliated with the following organisations in the common goal of Brain Cancer Research:
One of the Mark Hughes Foundation's main objectives was to create a strong emphasis on brain cancer research.
We are proud to say that we have achieved this objective by partnering with Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI), a translational research institute pioneering clinical and biomedical research striving to prevent, cure and treat a diverse range of serious illnesses.
Collaboration between HMRI and the Mark Hughes Foundation means donations to research will go straight towards brain cancer research at HMRI. Currently little research is focused specifically on brain cancer at HMRI however through your donations and support for the Mark Hughes Foundation, Brain Cancer research can be a major research focus.
We are excited to have created a dedicated funding stream for Brain Cancer research and hope that one day this will lead us to a cure.
SNOG is a charitable organization that aims to improve the management of brain tumours through targeted research, education and ongoing support for patients and their families.
The Mark Hughes Foundation is proud to be affiliated with SNOG and will donate funds to support important research into Brain Tumours carried out at the SNOG facility.
Professor Wheeler is Marks Medical Oncologist specialist who is involved in his brain cancer management. The Hughes family are very grateful for her expertise, as she is one of Australia’s leading Brain Tumour Specialists. Professor Wheeler said she is “very excited and SNOG is proud to support the Mark Hughes Foundation”.