Using Genetic Models to Tackle Epilepsy

Using Genetic Models to Tackle Epilepsy

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Cheryl Shoubridge Funding Amount : $93,488 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview: Developmental and epileptic encephalopathies (DEE) are a severe form of epilepsy which presents in early childhood.
Development of the next-generation antimicrobial dermal matrix for the management of deep burn injury

Development of the next-generation antimicrobial dermal matrix for the management of deep burn injury

Chief Investigator: Dr Zlatko Kopecki Funding Amount : $100,000 Recipient: University of South Australia Overview: Burns are one of the most common injuries suffered by Australians and one of the top three
Testing combined therapies as a powerful tool for controlling paediatric Glioblastoma multiforme invasiveness.

Testing combined therapies as a powerful tool for controlling paediatric Glioblastoma multiforme invasiveness.

Chief Investigator: Dr Sunita Ramesh Funding Amount : $91,816 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is a common cause of cancer-related deaths in children. Current treatments focus on disrupting single signalling
Providing school based eyecare to improve learning and promote equitable outcomes in South Australia

Providing school based eyecare to improve learning and promote equitable outcomes in South Australia

Chief Investigator: Professor Nicola Anstice Funding Amount : $99,439 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Twenty-five percent of South Australian primary school children do not have the spectacles they need for clear and comfortable
High Quality Online Literacy Instruction for South Australian Children with Down Syndrome

High Quality Online Literacy Instruction for South Australian Children with Down Syndrome

Chief Investigator: Professor Joanne Arciuli Funding Amount : $99,988 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: We know that “learning to read is not a privilege, but a basic and essential human right” (Ontario Human

The impact of the complement system on fetal brain and retinal development during viral infection.

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Jillian Carr Funding Amount : $98,679 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Sometimes, viral infection during pregnancy infects the baby with devastating and permanent effects on the brain and eye.