There are many ways to be involved with the Royal Melbourne Hospital Foundation, including attending musical performances by Corpus Medicorum.
Corpus Medicorum was founded in 2002 by the RMH cardiothoracic surgeon and violinist, A/Prof Phillip Antippa OAM.
Inspired by the Australian Doctors Orchestra, Corpus Medicorum comprises doctors, medical students and other health professionals who play together to continue a fine tradition of regular music performance, combined with raising funds for lung cancer research at the RMH.
Our public lectures are free and raise awareness of healthcare advances and research at the RMH. They are an opportunity for community education on prevention, treatment and cure of specific diseases and are delivered by leading health professionals and researchers.
For those wishing to contribute towards the RMH, there will be an opportunity for donations on the day.
Due to COVID restrictions, it has been difficult to gather in person for these events.
Recent virtual public lectures can be found on the RMH YouTube channel.
The RMH Foundation webinar: An insight into breast cancer research with Professor Bruce Mann.