Ashley Skilliter is part way through her PhD at NeuRA and is motivated by one thing: to reduce the suffering caused by mental illness.
But Ashley, and her fellow students, need your help.
Medical research is costly, and the funding NeuRA receives only partly covers the costs involved in creating an inspiring teaching and learning environment. To help cover these costs and allow our students to focus solely on their research we have established NeuRA’s PhD Scholarship Program.
Our students work tirelessly solving the medical challenges facing our country, and today I am asking for your help. Your generous gift will directly help the best young minds in medical research – the PhD students here at NeuRA, students like Ashley.
Dr Ans Vercammen, featured in the current edition of The NeuRA Magazine, works alongside Ashley in schizophrenia research. Ans knows first hand how important PhD students are to NeuRA: “Our students inject passion into every project they’re involved in. Their fresh outlook challenges us, enhancing the quality of medical research.”
So please, donate online today. By supporting NeuRA’s PhD Scholarship Program, you will be giving an invaluable gift that strengthens and supports the dynamic future of medical research in this country.