Your bequest – an enduring legacy to humanity

A valid Will is important to ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes. After you have provided for your family and friends, a bequest in your Will to the Hudson Institute is a profound way you can be part of the some of the great scientific discoveries of the future that will benefit generations to come.

There are many ways your bequest can help us achieve these discoveries, such as

Named Fellowshipsrebecca-lim-icu

Fellowships or scholarships are a special way you, or a loved one, can be remembered. They can be named after the benefactor and directed for a specific area of scientific interest.

Named scholarships

Inspire the best and brightest young researchers to become scientific leaders of the future by leaving a legacy to support PhD students, also named in honour of the benefactor.


To ground-breaking research by leaving a bequest to a specific area of research that most interests you or to where our leadership consider support is needed most at a particular time.

Our six specialised research areas are

Genetic diseases
Immunity and inflammation
Infectious diseases
Reproductive health, foetal, neonatal, children’s and women’s health
Endocrinology and metabolism

It’s simple to leave a bequest

Simply download our Bequest notification form

More information

You can leave a bequest to Hudson Institute by including it in a new Will or by simply making a codicil (amendment) to an existing Will.

Types of bequests
Suggested Will wording
Information for solicitors