Corporate (Organisational) publications

The South African Medical Research Council was established in 1969, and has an obligation to fund and conduct medical research. The SAMRC’s mandate is guided by the SAMRC Act, and it invests financial and human resources into medical research that may lead to drug or vaccine discovery, affordable ...
The SAMRC newsletter highlights content on strategic organisational decisions, stakeholder engagements and more importantly, the work done at the South African Medical Research Council.    June - December 2017 February - June 2017
Final Report of the Panel for the 2010 SETI Review This Report is submitted on completion of the Review Panel’s work, the first external review of the MRC since 2001, performed as best possible according to the general specifications in the brief. We have focused on the positioning of the MRC in...
For the Fiscal Years 2015/16 - 2019/20 The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) Strategic plan conforms to the National Treasury Strategic Planning and the Medium Term Strategic Framework (MTSF). South Africa is   facing significant health and development challenges, in particular the...
For Years 2017/2018 The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC)’s strategy is guided by the country’s health priorities.  This performance plan reflects its short-term (annual) priorities and commitments, which it derives from the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the National...
Final report of the panel for the 2014 Review of the South African Medical Research Council The South African Medical Research Council is a relatively small organisation with a small budget within the overall context of both local and global health research funding, yet its standing and influence...