Prime Minister, the Hon. Tony Abbott, Federal Health Minister the Hon. Peter Dutton, Victorian Health Minister, the Hon. David Davis and the Chief Executive Officer of the National Health and Medical Research Council, Professor Warwick Anderson, announced the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants across eight schemes in Melbourne on the 23rd October at the AMREP Precinct.

Two grants from a total of almost 1000 were highlighted by the Prime Minister, including Professor Jamie Cooper’s NHMRC-European Union Collaborative Research grant for Neurotrauma Effectiveness Research $358,348)
This Grant awarded to Prof Jamie Cooper and his team at the The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Research Centre (ANZIC-RC) will support Australian participation in a unique international collaborative research program aimed to improve outcomes for people with severe brain injury.  

“This project, led by Monash with a large European collaboration, aims to use new statistical methods to search for better treatments that improve the long-term outcomes of patients with traumatic brain injury” explained Professor Cooper.  He explains it will also be part of a major international collaborative with Europe, the US and Canada, and the NHMRC grant will assist the ANZIC-RC to join this global collaboration.  More details can be found on the NHMRC Website.

Prime Minister, the Hon. Tony Abbott, Federal Health Minister the Hon. Peter Dutton, Victorian Health Minister, the Hon. David Davis and the Chief Executive Officer of the National Health and Medical Research Council, Professor Warwick Anderson, announced the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants across eight schemes in Melbourne on the 23rd October at the AMREP Precinct.

Two grants from a total of almost 1000 were highlighted by the Prime Minister, including Professor Jamie Cooper’s NHMRC-European Union Collaborative Research grant for Neurotrauma Effectiveness Research $358,348)

This Grant awarded to Prof Jamie Cooper and his team at the The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Research Centre (ANZIC-RC) will support Australian participation in a unique international collaborative research program aimed to improve outcomes for people with severe brain injury.  

“This project, led by Monash with a large European collaboration, aims to use new statistical methods to search for better treatments that improve the long-term outcomes of patients with traumatic brain injury” explained Professor Cooper.  He explains it will also be part of a major international collaborative with Europe, the US and Canada, and the NHMRC grant will assist the ANZIC-RC to join this global collaboration.  More details can be found on the NHMRC Website.

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