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About Us

Murdoch Childrens Research Institute is world renowned for its research into infant, child and adolescent health. Our world-class team of 1500 is dedicated to making discoveries to prevent and treat common and rare childhood conditions.

We also collaborate with teams nationally and internationally to answer child health problems quickly and to make an even greater impact on the health of children around the world.

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latest news

Gene discovery provides missing link in understanding serious muscle disorders

13 October 2014

Researchers from Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, the University of Sydney and the Children's Hospital at Westmead... Read more >>

World first study of childhood blood clotting could hold link to treatment in adults

13 October 2014

Researchers have established diagnostic markers that may make it easier for clinicians to treat children with blood... Read more >>


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As a non-profit organisation, donor support is vital to providing the seed funding we need to commence important research projects. Every donation, no matter how small, has the potential to save lives. 

As government and other grant-making bodies tend to support established research, philanthropic and corporate funds are vital to providing the start up funding we need to bring bold and innovative research ideas to life. 

Tomorrow's cures need your donations today

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