With your support, bad cells that cause cancer and disease will have no where left to hide.
Small but mighty
Using zebrafish to learn how cancers grow and respond to treatment is just one of the groundbreaking research studies being done here.
A world-renowned severe mental illness research study designed to help children and their families develop in a healthier way
Recent breakthroughs in viroceuticals research at Dalhousie are now being applied to the treatment and prevention of a host of life-threatening illnesses, with major impacts for the advancement of public health on a global scale.
Dalhousie medical school researchers and their students can apply for funds through a variety of programs.
Funding Research Excellence
Amazing advancements in medicine are made right here in the Maritimes. This is where tomorrow’s big leap forward takes its first step.
Open Dialogue: Local Research, Global Impact
Every day, researchers and health-care leaders around the world are inching closer to finding fast diagnosis, better treatments and ultimately, cures for conditions and diseases that affect millions of people globally. On May 31, at an Open Dialogue event during Dal Alumni Days, don’t miss an opportunity to hear directly from four Dal researchers who are doing just that. Together, the Faculties of Dentistry, Health and Medicine, along with the Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation are presenting this event that is shining a light on how research and work happening at Dal is making an impact on a local, regional and global scale. An eat-in-your-seat will be provided. RSVP here!
A DMRF Board Member Named Chancellor of Saint Mary’s University
The DMRF team is pleased to congratulate Board member and donor, Mr. Mike Durland, who recently accepted the role of Chancellor of Saint Mary’s University.
Thanks to you, we’ve made an impact.
Join us for a celebration of philanthropy and a glimpse of some of the incredible health research you’ve made possible!
Wednesday, June 12th
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Pier 21, Rudolph P. Bratty Hall
Research in Action
The iconic, “Man in Motion”, Dr. Rick Hansen joined members of the DMRF team, donors and just a few of our internationally acclaimed neuroscience researchers at an intimate gathering and dinner mid May. An outstanding athlete, activist and storyteller, guests had the opportunity to hear Dr. Hansen speak, while enjoying cutting-edge presentations from neuroscientists Drs. Rafuse and Christie.
You can’t ever give up. In research, or in life, it’s not an option.
Mike Watson, ALS Survivor