The Mode Enterprise Group takes great pride in giving back to the community. We are partnering with the PA Research Foundation (PARF) to fund ‘The Mode Enterprise Group Post-Doctoral Research Grant.’
The support from Mode allows one full-time researcher to work on ground breaking medical research at the Princess Alexandra Hospital Campus. It was this type of funding that paid for the research that led to the world’s first cancer vaccine, Gardasil which was discovered by PARF board member Prof. Ian Frazer and partially funded by the PA Research Foundation.
The PA Research Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that raises much needed funds for world-class research that helps to develop treatments for some of Australia’s most pressing health issues. The Foundation receives no financial support from government and relies on funding in the form of community fundraising, corporate sponsorship arrangements, events and bequests.
The mode Enterprise Group chose to support the Foundation because of its commitment to research excellence and the fact that it is one of the few foundations around the world that has contributed to the production of a cancer vaccine.
The Princess Alexandra Hospital Campus is one of the most energetic research precincts in the country. With the opening of the Translational Research Institute, up to 1300 researchers call PA home. Together, these researchers investigate disease prevention, early detection, treatment and cures.
For more information about how we are helping the PA Research Foundation, or if you would like to know how you can also contribute, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org