New grant partnership: University of South Australia

In February 2017 the Fay Fuller Foundation were thrilled to enter into a new partnership with Dr Gabrielle Todd at the University of South Australia to continue her research on the long-term effects of methamphetamine use. The use of methamphetamine in South Australia has doubled in the past four years and research has revealed a concerning similarity between the brains of young methamphetamine users and older people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. The Foundation’s investment of over $230,000 will allow Dr Todd and her team to not only…

New grant partnership: Cure4CF Foundation

The Fay Fuller Foundation is delighted to announce our new partnership with Cure4CF Foundation to progress world-leading research into a cure for Cystic Fibrosis (CF). The two-year $670,000 project will establish and use the first Australian CF rat colony to test the effectiveness of corrective gene therapy on CF lung health.  It will also use a revolutionary x-ray imaging technology, which can map airflow during breathing, to accurately measure changes in lung health. The work is underway at the Allan Scott CF Research Laboratory at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital…