Welcome to the NRF: NeuroSurgical Research Foundation

The objective of the foundation is directed towards funding research into the cause, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disease or malfunction of the brain, spine and nerves.

Brain Tumour - Stroke - Neurodegeneration - Traumatic Brain/Spinal Injury

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Grey May Presentations

Brain Tumour Awareness Month Presentation Schedule

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UniSA NRF Chair in Brain Tumour Research continues groundbreaking work

World-leading glioblastoma researcher Prof Pitson has been appointed to the NRF Brain Tumour Research Chair for another 5 years.

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Grey May Appeal

Fundraising for Brain Tumour Awareness Month

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NeuroConnect

Black Tie Dinner - Saturday 20th August

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Researchers convert NRF seed funding into $3.2 million for SA brain tumour research support

Researchers convert NRF seed funding into $3.2 million for SA brain tumour research support

Tuesday 17 May 2022
The NRF provided $102,856 in seed funding across three laboratories, which our amazing researchers have used to attract $3,269,...
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Matt Rowett - Brain Tumour Warrior

Matt Rowett - Brain Tumour Warrior

Friday 13 May 2022
Matt was diagnosed with a grade 4 glioblastoma in 2019. Given a prognosis of 12-18 months to live, Matt shares his story on his...
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Meet the future of Brain Tumour Research our up and coming Scholarship Students training here in Adelaide

Meet the future of Brain Tumour Research our up and coming Scholarship Students training here in Adelaide

Tuesday 10 May 2022
Virtual Tour and Talk Part 2
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Walk with the Brain Tumour Researchers

Walk with the Brain Tumour Researchers

Tuesday 03 May 2022
Virtual Tour and Talk Part 1
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Events

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Grey May Awareness Month Fundraising
How to Fundraise for Grey May
May
31
Grey May Brain Tumour Research Presentations
Grey May Brain Tumour Research Virtual Presentations -Sponsored by:
Jun
30
“IMAGES TO INSPIRE" Strong Enough To Live Art Auction
Inviting artists (e.g. painters, photographers, sculptors) to donate works which will be auctioned, to raise funds for life saving brain tumour research.