50 %
raised of £10,000 target
by 28 supporters
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Centre for Virus Research University of Glasgow

Richard M Elliott Memorial Fund

Fundraising for University Of Glasgow Trust

50 %
raised of £10,000 target
by 28 supporters

University Of Glasgow Trust

University of Glasgow Trust Support The Beatson Pebble Appeal, Think Pink Scotland, Paul O’Gorman Leukaemia Research Centre, Brain Tumour Research Fund, Medical & Dental Fund & Small Animal Hospital Fund. The University of Glasgow Trust administers donations on behalf of the University of Glasgow

Charity Registration No. SC008303


Our friend and colleague Richard M Elliott, the BIll Jarrett Chair of Infectious Diseases at the University of Glasgow, passed away prematurely at the age of 61 in June 2015 after a short and severe illness. 

We all miss Richard very much and to honour him and his work we have established the Richard M Elliott Memorial Lecture. The lecture was established in 2016 and so far has been given annually at the Glasgow Virology Workshop. In the future, the lecture will take place at a Microbiology Society meeting in the UK. 

We are approaching friends and colleagues of Richard's in order to establish a fund that will be used to support the costs of travel, attendance & subsistence for a  meritorious scientist to present the lecture.

To Donate: You can donate directly to this JustGiving page! Or, if you would like to give over £1,000 you can contact:

Development & Alumni Office
E. campaign@glasgow.ac.uk
T. 0141 330 4951

All donations are transferred directly to the University of Glasgow Trust (Scottish Charity No. SC008303) and will be used for the above. Donations may be endowed depending on the amount raised. 

If you donate by JustGiving you will receive a receipt by email, and you will also have the opportunity to Gift Aid your donation. This allows us to claim 25% extra on top of your donation! 

The total amount raised for the Fund will be given recognition on the Unviersity of Glasgow's Online Benefactor Wall, and in Development & Alumni publications.

We thank you for your generosity and please do not hesitate to contact any of us if you require any further information.

Massimo Palmarini, Alain Kohl & Ulrich Desselberger