Foundations for the Future - The Commonwealth Government's commitment to health and medical research

Page last updated: 08 May 2007

At a glance

The Commonwealth Government is providing an additional $485.8 million in grants to leading Australian health and medical research facilities to help them build greater capacity to undertake research into the causes, diagnosis and treatment of disease.

$100 million - for the Princess Alexandra Hospital and University of Queensland
$100 million - for the Western Australian Institutes for Health
$55 million - for the Queensland Institute of Medical Research
$50 million - for the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
$50 million - for the Australian Synchrotron
$30 million - for the Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute
$19.5 million - for the Institute for Immunology and Infectious Diseases at Murdoch University
$15 million - for the Westmead Millennium Institute
$15 million - for the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute
$14 million - for the Baker Heart Research Institute
$10 million - for the Sydney Cancer Centre
$10 million - for the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer
$6 million - for the Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health
$6 million - for the Brain and Mind Research Institute
$5.3 million - for the Menzies School of Health Research