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  • Cerebral Palsy Alliance grant success

    Two Hudson Institute researchers have been awarded a share of almost $165 000 in funding from the Cerebral Palsy Alliance. Dr Vanesa Stojanovska and Dr Anne Trinh were awarded the……  Read more

    Anne Trinh and Vanesa Stojanovska, 2020 CPA Emerging Research Grants recipients
  • Umbilical cord blood could improve brain injury in babies

    New laboratory research shows multiple doses of umbilical cord blood (UCB), rather than a single treatment, could help improve brain injury in babies starved of oxygen during pregnancy or birth….…  Read more

    Tayla Penny and Courtney McDonald from The Ritchie Centre at Hudson Institute
  • Celebrating 50 years of The Ritchie Centre

    More than 100 scientists attended the 2019 Ritchie Centre Colloquium and Public Forum, where leading researchers and invited speakers presented ground-breaking research and celebrated The Ritchie Centre’s 50-year history. 50……  Read more

    Professor Graham Jenkin from the Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Act early to improve bone density for adults with cerebral palsy

    Many people do not realise that people with cerebral palsy (CP) have lifelong complications from brittle bones caused by reduced bone density. L–R: Dr Anne Trinh and Associate Professor Frances……  Read more

  • Promising cerebral palsy treatment

    Every 15 hours, a baby is born with cerebral palsy – a condition that comes with life-long disability and has no cure. Dr Courtney McDonald While several studies globally have……  Read more

  • Collaborative grants awarded after speed-networking

    Two grants of $10,000 each were awarded to Dr Jemma Evans and Dr Nicole Kellow (SCS; Nutrition, Dietetics and Food); and Dr Courtney McDonald and Dr Shu Wen Wen (SCS;……  Read more

    Monash University's Dr Nicole Kellow and Hudson Institute's Dr Jemma Evans won a collaborative grant.
  • Study targets bone health, wellbeing

    Dr Anne Trinh with her supervisor Associate Professor Frances Milat. A new method to predict long-term bone health issues in people with cerebral palsy could help to improve their quality……  Read more

    Dr Anne Trinh, 2021 Cerebral Palsy Alliance grant success
  • NHMRC Project Grant success

    Hudson Institute has had excellent success in the recent NHMRC and ARC Grant rounds. Our researchers have been awarded nine NHMRC Project Grants and one ARC Discovery Grant totalling $9.8……  Read more

    Our researchers have been awarded nine NHMRC Project Grants and one ARC Discovery Grant totalling $9.8 million.
  • NHMRC Fellowship success

    Hudson Institute has had outstanding success in the recent National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Fellowship and Development Grant announcements. Our researchers have been awarded a total of $5,337,790……  Read more

    Associate Professor Rebecca Lim, 2017 NHMRC Grant success
  • NHMRC grant success – women’s health research

    Federal Minister for Health, The Hon. Greg Hunt MP has announced $18 million in National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding for women’s health research. Hudson Institute scientists have……  Read more

    Dr Tracey Edgell from the Endometrial Infertility Research Group at Hudson Institute