For the second year running, the Ethan Davies Fellowship has been the beneficiary of funds raised by Raspa Property Group’s Easter Egg Hunt, a free annual event held at Bibra Lake.Read More
Congratulations to our most recent Ethan Davies Fellow, Dr Emily Fletcher, who will undertake the Ion Channel Drugs for the Treatment of Aggressive Childhood Brain Tumours project, led by Professor Terry Johns and co-funded by the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation.Read More
The Robert Connor Dawes Foundation has joined forces with the Ethan Davies Fellowship to co-fund a Telethon Kids Institute initiative aimed at uncovering new treatments for aggressive childhood brain tumours.Read More
Congratulations to our latest Ethan Davies Fellow, Ashleigh Lester.
Having herself suffered from spinal ependymoma since she was an adolescent, Ashleigh made the remarkable decision to give up a career as a senior commercial lawyer to become a brain tumour researcher.
In her words, "I decided that rather than simply waiting for others to find better treatments, I could contribute".
BNI Bamboo's Black Tie Breakfast was a smashing success last Thursday morning, with guests opening their hearts and wallets to raise money for childhood brain cancer research via the Ethan Davies Fellowship.Read More
On 23 November 2017, BNI Bamboo will be hosting a special Black Tie Breakfast to raise funds for the Ethan Davies Fellowship, and we'd love to see you there.
This business networking breakfast event will feature presentations from special guest speakers Dr Marcus Tan and Dr Raelene Endersby, as well as Ethan's dad.Read More
We're very grateful to the Leeming Concert Band for organising "Songs for Superheroes", a children's concert which will raise funds for Ethan's Fellowship.
The concert will feature songs about superheroes, as well as other heroes that we may not always recognise. Children are welcome to dress up as their favourite character.Read More
Our latest Ethan Davies Fellow, Dr Laura Genovesi, has featured in recent news reporting a potential breakthrough in medulloblastoma treatment.Read More
We have great pleasure in announcing the second recipient of the Ethan Davies Fellowship, Dr Laura Genovesi.
Dr Genovesi, from the Institute for Molecular Bioscience in Brisbane, is an expert in utilising network approaches to identify genes driving aggressive forms of medulloblastoma (MB), a form of paediatric brain cancer. She is working to try to understand how and why these networks of genes drive more aggressive disease in some children, and whether blocking these gene networks with existing drugs will be effective in treating patients with MB.Read More
There's only one week to go until this year's HBF Run for a Reason, and Team Super Ethan is looking for your support to help us reach our team fundraising goal of $10,000!
Many thanks to Jenny, Tanya, Josie, Veronica, Shannen, Zubayr, Jasmine, Bethwyn and Jim, who have all joined the team and contributed to the fundraising effort.Read More
The Ethan Davies Scholarship for Brain Cancer Research, which preceded Ethan's Fellowship, was established in 2012 with the aim of supporting paediatric brain cancer research in the Telethon Kids Institute's Brain Tumour Laboratory by trainee neurosurgeons.
An article published earlier this year in PLOS ONE - "A novel technique of serial biopsy in mouse brain tumour models" - reports on research undertaken by Dr Sasha Rogers with the support of Ethan's Scholarship.Read More
Riverstone Custom Homes has been a major supporter of the Ethan Davies Scholarship and the Ethan Davies Fellowship since 2012.
Recently, Paul and Tim Marshall were kind enough to talk with us about the company and the reasons for their support, and Tim took Ethan's dad through Riverstone's amazing West Hamptons display home in Swanbourne.Read More
All Saints’ College’s former students (known as the Old Saints) are proud to support fellow alumnus from the Class of 1999, Shannon Davies, in his pursuit of enhancing paediatric brain cancer research.
The Old Saints fundraised for the Ethan Davies Fellowship at the College’s annual community twilight market, Pasar Malam.Read More
The CERN Foundation has designated 8 May 2017 as this year's Ependymoma Awareness Day.
Ependymoma is the third-most common type of brain cancer in children, and also affects adults. Those familiar with Ethan's story will know that he was diagnosed with this form of brain cancer at the age of only 20 months.Read More
We'd love you to support or join Team Super Ethan for this year's HBF Run for a Reason!
The run is being held on Sunday, 28 May 2017.
Our team fundraising target is $10,000, and we're aiming for a team of at least 20.Read More
On 29 November 2016, the Senate of the Australian Federal Parliament established a select committee known as the Select Committee into Funding for Research into Cancers with Low Survival Rates.
The purpose of the Committee is to inquire and report on the impact of health research funding models on the availability of funding for research into cancers with low survival rates.Read More
About three years ago, Super Ethan and the Ethan Davies Scholarship for Brain Cancer Research (an annual research scholarship that preceded Ethan's Fellowship) were the subject of some special coverage in The West Australian.Read More
A massive thankyou goes to Dr Blake Horner and his team at Nervana Chiropractic Applecross.
Dr Blake decided to donate the proceeds of his annual Christmas charity drive to Ethan's Fellowship, and ended up raising a fantastic $1,168.50.Read More
An article we missed from the Cockburn Gazette back in December on the inaugural recipient of Ethan's Fellowship, Dr Sam Greenall.Read More