What we do
Throughout history the Royal Free Hospital has been known for some truly outstanding innovations which have changed not just the lives of individual patients, but medical practice in general. We carry this spirit forward with over £2.5m of funding into medical research every year.
How you can make a difference
Institute’s new home “will enable world-leading research”
Sir Trevor Pears, executive chair of the Pears Foundation, led a ceremony to fit the last bolt into the steel frame of the Pears Building on 15 October, marking a milestone in the creation of the new home for the Institute of Immunology and Transplantation (IIT).
Another success at the Support Hub
Cristin O’Leary shares more good news from the Support Hub team
First apprenticeship at the Rec Club
Carl Laughna, aged 21, is the charity’s and the rec club’s first apprentice. Below he and his manager, Kelly Rush, explain how it’s working out for them.
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