Help support ARMI’s research
ARMI has a strong commitment to research excellence and are behind some of Australia’s regenerative medicine break thoughs. Your donation gives our researchers more time, tools and the ability to work on developing effective treatments to some of the current diseases and injuries that affect our population, and ultimately for future generations world-wide. ARMI has proud history, and together we’re making the world stronger against diseases, with one discovery at a time.
Follow the links to read about some of our scientists’ work and the different diseases we research.
- Heart diseases
- Neurotrauma in the brain, such as stroke or blindness
- MS (multiple sclerosis)
Make a donation online at the Monash University website.
Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.
“Throughout life, our human bodies are vulnerable to disease, injury and, in some cases, congenital conditions that impair or shorten life. With Australia’s ageing population, health issues such as heart disease, stroke and Alzheimer’s are on the rise. To tackle these challenges, the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) is focused on regaining the body’s remarkable regenerative capacity of damaged tissues and organs that all people have before birth. Investigating how the body repairs, replaces, restores or regenerates damaged tissues and organs could hold the key to help unlock the body’s own potential to heal and regenerate back to optimal health from an injury or disease.”
– Professor Peter Currie, Director of Research, ARMI