Researchers at Flinders University have made discoveries that have advanced health across the globe.
And many of these discoveries have been made possible through seed funding offered by Flinders Foundation, thanks to generous donations from people in the community.
Each year a research grant round is made available to health researchers across Flinders University, with up to $20,000 per project available to get their projects off the ground, bust myths and confirm hypothesis.
Research projects cover varying focuses including Motor Neurone Disease, heart, mental health, nutrition, palliative care, allergies and pain management.
This seed funding gives researchers runs on the board to seek larger sums from national and international funding bodies.
Priorities are determined by Flinders University in partnership with Flinders Foundation and Flinders Medical Centre based on the needs of the community.