An anonymous donation of £4.85 has been received, with thanks.
A donation of £203.57 for research in to Alzheimer's Disease has been received, with gratitude, in memory of the later Janet Hendry Henderson.
A bequest of £15,000 has gratefully been received from the late Mrs Mary McClelland, which will be used to support reasearch into cancer, rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis.
The Trustees are grateful to the Falkirk Operatic Society, whose members nominated Medical Research Scotland as recipient of donations of £50, collected during their performance of 'Made in Dagenham' from 17 to 21 April 2018. The funds will be used to help support research in to arthritis.
The Trustees would like to thank Edith Kelso for donating £266.25, in memory of the much loved and missed Robert Kelso, to support research into cardiovascular disease.
The Trustees are grateful for the continued suppport of the Nairn Charitable Trust and would like to thank them for their recent donation of £500.
An anonymous donation of £20 has been received, with thanks.
The Trustees are grateful for an anonymous donation of £50, which has beed received to support research in to arthritis.
An anonymous donation of £25, to support research in to arthritis, has been received, with thanks.
The Trustees would like to thank a member of the Robert Loius Stevenson Club for his donation of £123.89 to support research into respiratory diseases in children.
An anonymous donation in memory of Libby Nicol, of £150, has gratefully been received.
The Trustees are grateful to Mrs P A Watson for her donation of £50.
The Trustees would like to thank the Enterprise Unit students of Fife College, Leven for their donation of £100 to support kidney research, which Professor Jenny Woof gratefully received, on behalf of Medical Research Scotland, at the students’ ceremony of achievement.
A donation of £4,000 has gratefully been received from the Trustees of The Walter P M Lawrie Trust.
The Trustees are appreciative of the donation of £100.25 from Lesley Mitchell, made on behalf of her late father, Henry Baillie Allan.
The Trustees would like to thank Isobel Richardson for the donation of £362, which was kindly gifted by family and friends at the retiral collection at the funeral of her husband, Ronald Richardson. The donation will be used for research into neurological diseases.
The Trustees are grateful for the legacy of £54,6354.06 received from the Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Trust for research into respiratory diseases in children and young people.
A donation of £250 has gratefully been received from William Dunn for research in to kidney diseases.
The Trustees would like to thank Mrs Barbara Stone for the donation of £10 for vascular research, which was collected at the funeral of her late husband, Robert James Stone.
"...allowed me to carry out experiments that I would never have had a chance to do as an Undergraduate" - Vacation Scholarship holder