Eyewall Foundation Donates $300,000 Towards Neurological Research At The Perron Institute.

At the Eyewall Foundation, research lies at the core of everything we do.

Each year we aim to bring together the most respected researchers and clinicians to solve the riddle of incurable neurological disease in the hopes to help individuals and their loved ones everywhere.

Leaders in neuroscience for 40 years and home to WA’s most successful research breakthrough teams, the Perron Institute have made brains their business so people with neurological conditions around the world can lead a better quality of life. To date this year, the Eyewall Foundation have donated $300,000 towards neurological research at the Perron Institute, with provided funds helping to finance two medical research positions.

This collaborative partnership between the Eyewall Foundation and Perron Institute will facilitate the pursuit of improved treatments, prevention, and cures, with the award providing the opportunity for life-changing, catalytic funding to the world’s top researchers.

Dr Belinda Kaskow, a recently funded scientist who is passionate to see diseases such as multiple sclerosis and cancer eradicated from society will benefit directly from our latest donation, with Belinda being a recipient of the inaugural Eyewall Foundation Postdoctoral Award.

Belinda was also recently featured and shared her story with Eyewall which is available online now.

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Our medical research

The research we’re funding is undertaken in Western Australia and by a global network of medical practitioners. Take a look.

What we’re trying to achieve.

We’re a young foundation with big dreams. Our funding is aimed at a number of critical areas of vmedical research.

Meet the researchers.

The research we’re funding is undertaken in Western Australia and by a global network of medical practitioners. Take a look.