Over $1.7M In Medical Research Grants Awarded
Hospital Care

Over $1.7M In Medical Research Grants Awarded

With the help and support of the community, The Common Good awarded over $1.7M of research and equipment grants in 2021.

With 13 New Investigator Grants, 13 Innovation Grants, 2 Research Fellowships, a PhD scholarship as well as equipment grants being awarded – the support of the community is helping researchers work towards medical breakthroughs in health areas that will impact 90% of us in our lifetime. Just imagine the impacts that this research will have for years to come!

In other exciting news, three of our researchers at the UQ Thoracic Research Centre, Hannah O’Farrell, Brielle Parris and Tian Mun (Kelly) Chee, have recently been awarded their PhDs.

Hannah, Brielle and Kelly all started their research journeys as recipients of New Investigator, Emerging Researcher, Innovation and Equipment grants from The Common Good. Kelly also had her PhD research supported with a scholarship from The Common Good as a result of public donations and support.

We at The Common Good would like to congratulate Hannah, Brielle and Kelly on their wonderful achievements!

Published: March 28, 2022

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