MDFA has awarded more than $1 million in research funding to eight promising projects, in the search for a cure for macular diseases.
Faye Grant included MDFA in her Will. Her bequest is now funding vital, innovative research into macular disease through the Grant Family Fund.
MDFA will award $1 million in its latest round of research funding. It also announced a new stream of ‘blue sky’ grant funding.
A new chemical compound could become a future tool against retinal vascular disease. The finding is the result of a pre-clinical study, led by UNSW researchers.
Your donations make MDFA the largest non-government source of macular disease research funding in Australia. Donate to our tax appeal to help support life-changing research.
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