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In 2020, we donated £76,000 to Alzheimer’s Research UK to fund the work of their PhD student, Aurora Veteleanu, at the UK Dementia Research Institute at Cardiff University. Three years later, she has made incredible, ground-breaking discoveries about the disease.Find out more
Last week, we attended a presentation at University College London by PhD student Sam Bryce-Smith to find out how our grant has funded vital research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND).Find out more
There is hope for new treatments for people with or at risk of diabetes, as PhD students receive a research grant of £315,000 from the MCF.Find out more
In February 2022, the MCF awarded a total of £541,000 to medical research, working with four partners to fund seven new PhD studentships under the theme of degenerative diseases.Find out more
In 2020, Aubretia McColl received funding to carry out research into the cognitive effects of cerebrovascular disease.Find out more
In September, the University of East Anglia sent us an update on the impact of our £190,000 grant to fund research into the diagnosis of prostate cancerFind out more
In September, the University of East Anglia sent us an update on the impact of our £100,000 grant to fund a COVID-19 testing machine.Find out more
Research into a crucial protein linked to the development of Alzheimer’s has been supported by a £76,000 grant to Alzheimer’s Research UK.Find out more
A machine that can test 2,000 patient samples a day for COVID-19 antibodies will be installed at the University of East Anglia (UEA), thanks to a grant of £100,000 from the Freemasons.Find out more
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