About the Foundation

AboutRaineA

The Raine Medical Research Foundation represents the largest bequest received by The University of Western Australia for medical research. It has supported major research projects, fellowships and scholarships, and participated in major joint ventures.

The Foundation has allocated in excess of $36m for medical research, and commits in excess of $1.3m for research programmes every year. These programmes are now open to all medical researchers in Western Australia, with specific eligibility criteria outlined in programme conditions.

  Find Out More

News & Raine Lecture Series

  • Raine and BrightSpark recipients awarded Young Tall Poppy Awards

    Raine and BrightSpark recipients awarded Young Tall Poppy Awards

    Congratulations to Dr Gina Ravenscroft and Dr Ruth Thornton who have been acknowledged as leading Western Australian scientists, both receiving a Young Tall Poppy Science Award. The Tall Poppy Awards recognise the outstanding research achievements of young scientists and acknowledge communication of research outcomes to the broader community.Find Out More
Menu