Raine Alumni recipients of the 2021 Young Tall Poppy Science Awards

Continuing to reach ever new heights, two Raine Alumni have been announced as recipients of the 2021 Young Tall Poppy Science Awards. Dr Alex Tang was awarded a Raine Priming Grant in 2019 for his research that seeks to better understand how…

Clinician Research Fellow celebrated for research into sleep and breathing difficulties in children

Current Clinician Research Fellow, Dr Mon Ohn, has been celebrated for her research into personalised treatments for children with sleep and breathing difficulties. We eagerly await the outcomes of this important research! https://cahs.hea…

Raine Alumni successful in 2021 NHMRC Investigator Grant Round

Congratulations to our Raine Alumni who have just been announced as successful recipients of a 2021 NHMRC Investigator Grant: Professor Anna Nowak (2005 Raine Priming Grant), Professor Britta Regli-von Ungern-Sternberg (2010 Raine Research…

Unveiling of Mary Raine mural in celebration of International Women’s Day 2021

Our Director, Dr Amanda Cleaver, spoke with 98.5 Sonshine FM on International Women's Day, 8 March 2021, celebrating the legacy of Mary Raine at the unveiling of a larger than life mural in Raine Square. The mural was commissioned by Raine…

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Ms Jessica Nolan, Physiotherapy coordinator at Osborne Park Hospital recently commenced a 2020 Clinician Research Fellowship (supported by the Raine Foundation and the WA Department of Health), aiming to improve outcomes for people with lateropulsion following stroke.

2021 Grants, Fellowships, Awards and Prizes Announcement

Overall, the Raine Medical Research Foundation has distributed close to $2.2mill for research to commence in 2021. The Research Committee acknowledges the excellent work being conducted in Western Australia and extends best wishes to all applicants for the ongoing success of their research. Congratulations go to the successful recipients.

Supporting families affected by rare diseases

Rare diseases affect many people across the world who struggle to find answers. The WA Undiagnosed Diseases Program is part of an international network that combines knowledge and technology to conduct research and find answers for affected…

Supporting Influenza vaccination research

Research supported by the Raine Medical Research Foundation is looking into the effectiveness and uptake of influenza vaccination in Western Australian children. Hundreds of children in WA are hospitalised with influenza each year. Don't risk…

Supporting our early career researchers

We caught up with some early career researchers supported by the Raine Foundation to talk about what motivates them in their research. Thank you to Dr Sally Lansley, Dr Rishi Kotecha, and Dr Tristan Clemons. Would you like to support…

Supporting Gender Diversity

Mismatch between gender identity, body and social role can be distressing for young people. This can lead to mental health issues. The Raine Medical Research Foundation proudly supports The GENTLE Project, which aims to understand long-term…