Tax Appeal 2013
Research is the key to developing strategies to reduce the impact of diabetes. Donate to our Tax Appeal by June 30 and you can support the research of scientists such as Professor Len Harrison.
Professor Len Harrison © The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
Professor Len Harrison is making a difference
In his laboratory at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, Professor Len Harrison is working tirelessly to improve our understanding of diabetes.
For over 30 years, Professor Harrison has made invaluable contributions to scientific research.
In diabetes research, it’s all about improving our understanding of the disease, its complications, and how we can prevent future cases. We need to focus on research that is meaningful and translates into human health with practical applications.
- Professor Len Harrison
Our national research program, the Diabetes Australia Research Trust, relies on the generosity of organisations and individuals to support vital research projects led by scientists including Professor Len Harrison.
Without funding, the continued work of Professor Harrison, and many other dedicated researchers, will not be possible. Your generosity can support us to conduct more diabetes research and find more answers.
“I am a great believer in the Diabetes Australia Research Trust, as it provides grants that keep the flame alive. In 2012, this funding enabled my colleague, Dr John Wentworth, and I to continue research on obesity and diabetes that would otherwise have stopped.”
Make a tax-deductible donation to support diabetes research today. Every dollar ensures more vital research is undertaken.