At Flinders Foundation our purpose is you.
We want you, our community, to live a longer and happier life.
We want you to overcome disease and illness so you can spend more time with the people you love. And while you’re fighting, we want to ease your pain, suffering and concern, and your family’s too.
That’s why every day, our team works to support the leading clinicians and researchers across Flinders Medical Centre and Flinders University to deliver better research, treatment and care and ensure they are equipped with the latest technology, in the best environment.
From cancer and mental health, to neonatal care, and everything in between - we’re working together to prevent, cure and care.
Thanks to enormous support from across the community, answers are being uncovered and significant medical breakthroughs at Flinders are having a global impact.
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Tracking cancer with liquid biopsies
Flinders researchers are trying to get a head start in tracking and monitoring tumours.
Cancer literacy for new migrants
Innovative program to Improve cancer literacy, prevention and early detection.
Family indebted to life-saving unit
25 years ago Tasia Douvos received the first ever liver transplant in South Australia.
New prostate cancer probes
More accurate diagnosis for men with suspected prostate cancer.
Bringing the Christmas magic to sick kids
Find out about the Flinders Foundation's Christmas Giving Tree Program.
Revolutionary robot targets Zika virus cure
Finding potential treatments for the Zika virus
Ride Like Crazy goes out on a high
A decade-long cycling event has raised an incredible $1.7million for cancer research.
Ground breaking research for MND
Ground breaking, world-first research out of Flinders University for MND
New robot a real game changer
A new game-changing piece of medical research equipment.
Unlocking the mysteries of the brain
Associate Professor Mark Slee spoke with 5AA's Matthew Pantelis about The South Australian Brain Bank and Neurological Tumour Bank at Flinders.