2023 Neurosurgical Grant Funding

Wednesday 30 August 2023

Latest grant funding across all neurosurgical research and equipment for 2023

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We are ecstatic to announce our latest grant funding. This year, with your help, we are able to contribute a total of $1,284,337 to 27 different grants and equipment projects.

And are excited to announce a total of $456,653 for life-changing TBI, SCI, Stroke & Parkinsons research projects and equipment as part of our latest grant round! This is only possible thanks to our amazing donors who give to truly make a difference and fight against these life-impacting diseases.

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A Prof L Collins-Praino - Equipment: Dual-arm digital stereotax

Mr Abhiram Hiwase - Could Rotational Thromboelastometry (ROTEM) be a New Theragnostic Tool in the Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury?

Ms Lola Kaukas - Characterising Local Fibrinolysis in Chronic Subdural Haematoma Fluid (FiCS)

A Prof Larisa Bobrovskaya - Establishing the role of orexin neurons in Parkinson’s biology and symptoms

Dr Rebecca Hood - Investigating the ‘no reflow’ phenomenon in a clinically relevant model of stroke.

Dr Rebecca Hood - Equipment: Abbott iSTAT Analyser Wireless

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A Prof Amal Abou-Hamden - Neurovascular research at Royal Adelaide Hospital

A Prof Frances Corrigan - Building a prognostic model to identify those at risk of prolonged symptoms following concussion

A Prof Frances Corrigan - Preventing inflammation following Paediatric head injury - James & Diana Ramsay Foundation

Dr Anna Leonard - Equipment: Cat Walk TX gait analysis system

Dr Tim Webber - Developing a model of delayed stroke following brain aneurysm rupture.

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