The Patrick and Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical Research Foundation provides grants for medical research of practical benefit. It focuses on initiatives to strengthen research on health issues, promote research leadership, and put new knowledge to work for public benefit. The Donaghue Foundation was established in 1991 by the will of Ethel Donaghue in memory of her parents. Learn more
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Donaghue provides grants for rigorous medical and health-related research that promotes knowledge of practical benefit through its own programs and through several collaborative funding partnerships. Read More
A team of UConn’s Urban Service Track students made a presentation on August 19, hosted by the Universal Health Care Foundation, to approximately 20 assembled guests about their summer project studying practitioner perceptions of antibiotic use.
We believe Miss Donaghue would be delighted to know that an award was created this year in her name to recognize an individual or organization for long-time service to the Elizabeth Park Conservancy.
Lynne Garner, Donaghue President and Trustee, has recently joined the board of the Health Research Alliance. The Health Research Alliance brings together not-for-profit, non-governmental funders of biomedical research and training to foster open communication and collaboration among members.