A Night To Remember 2019

A Night To Remember 2019

A Night to Remember, the Otago Medical Research Foundation’s annual black-tie fundraising dinner is again a sell-out. Regarded as the best event of its type in the city each year, combining as it does a mixture of international-calibre entertainment, world-class...

Profile: Professor Ian Morison

The diagnosis for childhood cancer is devastating, but it’s not just the family who feel the effects. As soon as haematologist Professor Ian Morison sees the tell-tale leukaemia cells through his microscope he knows the next three years are going to be full of stress...

Profile: Dr Heather Cunliffe

Funding by the Otago Medical Research Foundation has opened doors for Dr Heather Cunliffe’s breast cancer research. Treatment is no longer one-size-fits all.  Targeted treatments are already tailored to women according to three important gene markers that help...

Golf Tournament 2018

For the ninth straight year, the Foundation’s golf tournament out-manoeuvred the weather gods with the first three hours of the 2018 event played in near-perfect conditions on the St Clair course. While the wind blew for the last hour, the rain stayed away until...

Annual Golf Tournament – 2018

The Foundation’s ninth annual golf tournament is almost upon us. First staged in late-2010, the tournament – hosted in association with OceanaGold NZ – is now well established with more than $150,000 having been raised through the eight events played to date, all of...

Sponsor Spotlight: John and Jacqui Brenssell

Dunedin PaperPlus owners John and Jacqui Brenssell say supporting the Otago Medical Research Foundation is a great way of being involved with the community. Medical research has an important place in Dunedin, so supporting these studies is one way of giving back, it...