Congratulations successful applicants in the 2018 round of Collaborative Research Seed Funding

Congratulations to the seven successful applicants in the 2018 round of UNSW Medicine Neuroscience, Mental Health and Addiction Theme and SPHERE Clinical Academic Group (CAG) Collaborative Research Seed Funding.

Project title Project leader Lead partner Sub-theme

Suicidal behaviour and self-harm in Emergency Department attenders

Lin Perry University of Technology Sydney        Children and Adolescent Wellbeing

Neurodevelopmental, physical and mental health consequences of early life adversity: a cross-sectoral population data linkage to inform health and social policy

Kathleen Falster Centre for Big Data Research in Health, UNSW Sydney Children and Adolescent Wellbeing

The role of the microbiome and metabolic syndrome in schizophrenia and related psychoses

Maryanne O’Donnell  South Eastern Sydney Area Health Service Complex and Difficult to Treat Diseases

Addressing preventable disease burden to improve health outcomes for people with schizophrenia and related psychoses

Julian Trollor UNSW Sydney Complex and Difficult to Treat Diseases

Understanding brainstemsensory coding in pursuit of early detection of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy

Jason R Potas UNSW Sydney Brain Sciences and Translational Neuroscience

Standing Tall-cardio. An engaging self-management program and scalable intervention using mobile technology to enhance healthy ageing and reduce fall risk in people with intermittent claudication: a randomised trial

Kim Delbaere Neuroscience Research Australia Healthy Ageing

IMpact on Patient Recovery and Outcome of Very Early time to presentation: IMPROVE Stroke Awareness Study

Dennis Cordato Liverpool Hospital Healthy Ageing

 

In the 2018 funding round, it was essential criteria that projects involve four or more Clinical Academic Group (CAG) partners, including at least one local health district. The project team was also required to include at least one early or mid-career researcher. More information, including the Collaborative Research Seed Funding Guidelines, is available here.

In total, 21 highly collaborative applications were received and we are pleased to now have engagement across all CAG partners. 

If you have any questions, please contact:

Dr Lise Mellor
Acting Executive Officer
UNSW Medicine Neuroscience, Mental Health and Addiction Theme and SPHERE Clinical Academic Group
l.mellor@unsw.edu.au  

Thanks to all who participated in the 2018 round of Collaborative Research Seed Funding.

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