Thursday, 20 October 2011

Westmead. Income boosts bottom line

Income from research grants has remained strong through the last 18 months generating approximately $16 million for the institute’s bottom line, according to the Children’s Medical Research Institute’s (CMRI) annual report. Fundraising efforts yielded $12 million with approximately half of this income achieved through the annual Jeans for Genes® national campaign. CMRI provides two important facilities for researchers throughout Australia. CellBank Australia supplies high-quality cell lines and cell line testing services that underpin many biomedical research activities. The Centre for Biomedical Proteomics is a unique, cutting-edge national facility that will facilitate development of drugs for a very wide range of medical conditions.



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