Cocktail Evening for Research Our incredible fundraising supporter Eleni is hosting another community fundraising event in December, continuing her fight to raise funds for KTDRA to eliminate kidney disease and diabetes! When: Friday 6 December 2019, 7pm – 10pm Where: Adelaide Town Hall Proceeds from ticket purchases and live auctions
Inspired by his patients, Transplant Nephrologist Dr Rob Carroll ran his first marathon to raise funds for KTDRA! Dr Carroll ran 42 kilometres in the Adelaide Marathon on Sunday 26 May to raise funds and awareness for young adults who suffer from kidney failure.
Improving the disproportionally high rates of vision loss in Indigenous Australians battling Type 2 diabetes is what drives optometrist and PhD student José Estevez.
“When something goes wrong, I’m determined to beat it.
We are so grateful for our fundraising champion Eleni who, on Saturday 22 June, raised an incredible $15,000 for KTDRA! Eleni held a high tea at the Woodville Town Hall and had over 170 guests in attendance.
The CNARTS* Clinical Research Group at the world-class Royal Adelaide Hospital continue the fight to help those suffering from kidney disease! Thanks to the support from our generous donors, KTDRA has funded a grant for the CNARTS team to develop a clinical and research database to help patients suffering from
We are so grateful for our fundraising champion Eleni who, on Saturday 22 June, raised an incredible $15,000 towards KTDRA! .
One of KTDRA’s loyal fundraising Champions Eleni is hosting a high tea on Saturday 22 June at the Woodville Town Hall! .
Inspired by his patients, Transplant Nephrologist Dr Rob Carroll is training for his first marathon – all to raise funds towards KTDRA! .
An expert in his field, Professor Toby Coates is changing the lives of even more people living with type 1 diabetes by bringing a new pancreas transplant procedure to Adelaide.