Since 1998, the Perkins has grown to become one of the nation's leading adult medical research centres, where a close-knit team of more than 450 research and clinical staff work together to defeat the major diseases that impact our community.
Perkins researchers focus on some of the major diseases that affect our community. In particular we focus on cancer, diabetes, heart disease and neuromuscular diseases.
Your support will help us to deliver a healthier future through medical breakthroughs, new treatments and fostering the next generation of scientific talent.
You can support Perkins work in many different ways. From participating in an event, to attending a workshop in the BioDiscovery Centre, to volunteering your time, or supporting our research, we welcome your involvement.
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