Say Hi to the future of medical research

Discover why young gun scientists Dr Charis Teh, Dr Caleb Dawson and Dr Melinda Hardy are inspired by the pioneering heroes of medical research and their ambitions for solving the complex disease challenges of the future.

Shining a light on our most complex medical challenges

Meet the superstars of science and the talented young sparks of the future.

Hear from the patients whose lives have been changed by new discoveries.

Find out how investing in WEHl’s brightest minds will help us live healthier for longer.

Say Hi to WEHI’s collaborative spirit

Find out how WEHI’s collaborative spirit enables life-changing medical research discoveries, in conversation with cell biologist Associate Professor Shalin Naik and brain cancer researcher Associate Professor Misty Jenkins.

Say Hi to the life-saving impact of medical research discoveries

Watch scientists Professor David Vaux and Professor Andreas Strasser talk about new discoveries and the impact of long-term medical research with cancer patient and advocate Deborah Henderson.

Say Hi to investing in the brightest minds of medical research

Uncover how donors such as John Dyson invest in nurturing the brightest minds of science and the impact of early career support on talented researchers Professor Marnie Blewitt and Associate Professor Tracy Putoczki.

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