Westmead Medical Research Foundation raises vitally-important funds for the Westmead Millennium Institute for Medical Research (WMI). At WMI, more than 420 researchers are seeking treatments and cures for a range of deadly diseases and injuries that affect both adults and children.
When your doctors don't know the answers, they turn to researchers like the talented men and women at WMI.
Featured research: a cure for AIDS?
Professor Tony Cunningham is a world-leader in groundbreaking research that may offer new hope for the treatment and cure of HIV/AIDS.
The HIV research program at Westmead plays a major national role in making advances in medicine, fuelled by innovations in the sequencing of the human genome. Professor Cunningham is working toward the development of a genetic medicine to treat HIV/AIDS, by using gene and cell therapy in routine clinical practices to treat and ultimately cure HIV.