2022 HDA CRF PhD Excellence Awards, 11th Cohort Scholars Announced

2022 HDA CRF PhD Excellence Awards, 11th Cohort Scholars Announced

The Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation joins Healthy Development Adelaide in announcing Demi Georgiou and Joshua Robinson as the 2022 and 11th Cohort recipients of the Annual CRF PhD Excellence Awards.
Prescribing of psychiatric drugs to Australian kids on the rise

Prescribing of psychiatric drugs to Australian kids on the rise

Media Release: University of Adelaide… Australian doctors are prescribing more psychiatric drugs to children and adolescents, researchers from the University of Adelaide have found. This is despite the known risks
A preliminary evaluation of a new approach to improve the antenatal and postnatal care of infants in families experiencing psychosocial adversity

A preliminary evaluation of a new approach to improve the antenatal and postnatal care of infants in families experiencing psychosocial adversity

Chief Investigator: Dr Alyssa Sawyer Funding Amount : $99,345 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview: The aim of our new intervention is to provide more effective support for mothers and fathers identified during
Out-of-home care is not one thing: effects of complex care patterns on health, development and welfare outcomes

Out-of-home care is not one thing: effects of complex care patterns on health, development and welfare outcomes

Chief Investigator: Dr Dandara Haag Funding Amount: $99,789 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview: Out-of-home care (OOHC) experiences have significant implications on life outcomes. Early entry, while associated with longer-term stability, can lead
Human umbilical cord-derived haemangioblasts: discovery of a robust stem cell population for skin wound healing in children

Human umbilical cord-derived haemangioblasts: discovery of a robust stem cell population for skin wound healing in children

Chief Investigator: Dr Mohammadhossein Hassanshahi [Early Career Researcher] Funding Amount: $39,800 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview: Paediatric patients generally have much more vulnerable skin, and are more likely to have acute trauma