Donate to our Research

No matter how big or small, a donation to NSW Health Pathology’s Research Fund will help us create a better health and justice system.

NSW Health Pathology is dedicated to supporting and promoting high quality research by creating a research environment where ongoing education, learning and improvement is encouraged. If you’re thinking about donating to funding vital research into the causes, prevention or cure of disease but not sure which NSW Health Pathology research donation type best stands out for you, take a read below for some more information on each option.

Research donations

Please use your surname for the field 'Payment Reference'.         

 Note that a merchant surcharge of 0.04% will be added to your donation in line with NSW Treasury policy.

 

Donations over $2 are tax deductible and you can select your preference of the type of research your donation will go towards. Upon donating, you will be provided with a receipt that can be used for taxation purposes.

Did you know that in 2017 NSW Health Pathology produced over 350 research publications? To read about our research efforts in 2017 click here. To view recent publications click here.

If you are interested in donating a larger amount of money going towards a specific research project or program of work, please contact our Research & Innovation Office'  by email: NSWPATH-Research@health.nsw.gov.au or phone: 02 4920 4000. 

 

Donation Types

 

Research

 

Anatomical

Pathology

 

 

Clinical

Chemistry

 

 

Forensic Medicine and Science

 

 

Genomics

 

Haematology

 

Immunology

 

 

Microbiology

 

Point of Care Testing

 

Public Health

 

Transfusion

 

 

NSW Health Statewide Biobank

 

 

 

Research is an option to donate to any research that the organisation may find best fit under our key research priorities. 

Anatomical Pathology is the branch of pathology that deals with the tissue diagnosis of disease. A tissue diagnosis is essential before starting treatment involving major surgery, radiation or drugs, or treatments that may have major side effects.

Clinical Chemistry deals with the entire range of disease. It encompasses detecting changes in a wide range of substances in blood and body fluids (electrolytes, enzymes and proteins) in association with many diseases.

Forensic Medicine and Science operates to create better health and justice systems. This involves providing expertise to support the coronial justice system, protecting the health and safety of communities and utilising world leading forensic analysis to help solve crimes.

Genomics is the study of all of a person's genes (the genome), including interactions of those genes with each other and with the person's environment.

Haematology is a rapidly developing discipline which deals with many aspects of those diseases which affect the blood such as anaemia, leukemia, lymphoma, and clotting or bleeding disorders.

Immunology is a specialty which often involves both laboratory medicine (the testing of specimens collected from patients) and clinical practice (interviewing, examining and advising patients about clinical problems).

Microbiology deals with diseases caused by infectious agents. The pathologists and scientists working here look for specific bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites that may be causing a patient’s symptoms.

Point of Care Testing means more patients have access to reliable pathology tests. That means faster pathology results and receiving treatment faster. NSW Health Pathology is the world’s largest accredited managed service with more than 600 point of care devices.

Public Health pathology has experts across a range of areas, including disease outbreaks, laboratory investigations for notifiable diseases, responses to emerging diseases, monitoring public health trends, public health research and education.

Transfusion medicine is the branch of medicine concerned with transfusion of blood and blood components. Understandably, a lot of laboratory testing is involved in this discipline.

NSW Health Statewide Biobank is a vital new resource for medical research. Providing access to the largest collections of human samples in Australia, it helps researchers improve the way disease is detected, diagnosed and treated.

Note that NSW Health Pathology will never ask for money or donations via credit card over the phone. Please be aware of fundraising efforts claiming to be on behalf of our organisation.