JK Rowling has donated £15.3m to the University of Edinburgh to help improve the lives of people with multiple sclerosis (MS).
The university has announced that the investment from the Harry Potter author will help create new facilities and fund new research into MS and similar conditions.
Funds will be spent on building new centres at the the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic, which was set up after a previous donation from Rowling in 2010.
The building is named after her mother who died of MS at the age of 45.
Rowling's donation is designed to help secure the aid of top researchers looking into a cure for MS.
The university of Edinburgh set up a centre for Multiple Sclerosis Research in 2007.
Last week, Rowling fuelled speculation of a surprise Harry Potter sequel after tweeting a Cursed Child quote, reading: "Sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places."