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Here are the final reports provided by 2011 Grant Recipients. Dr Lynley Bradnam, Flinders University, “Non-invasive stimulation of cerebellum in focal dystonia.”
Workplace Giving Workplace Giving allows you to help fund crucial research into brain disease, disorders and injury by making a regular, tax-deductible donation to the Brain Foundation through your employer’s payroll system. Why participate in Workplace Giving? It is an easy way to donate – You don’t need… Read more »
Regular Giving Why regular giving is so important People who give regularly to the Brain Foundation provide ongoing support for vital research. Regular monthly donations help us confidently plan ahead and contribute to lifesaving breakthroughs in the long term. How regular giving works Regular giving is an… Read more »
Traumatic Brain Injury See Acquired Brain Injury 2012 Research Applicant Essay – Sandy Shultz 2012 Research Applicant Essay – Cathy Catroppa
Completed Research Our researchers are hard at work on the projects you helped fund.The final reports of the studies that have been completed – MORE COMING SOON. Final reports for 2012 research grants. Final reports for 2011 research grants.
Vegetative State (Unresponsive Wakefulness Syndrome) Description A vegetative state is when a person is awake but showing no signs of awareness. On recovery from the coma state, VS/UWS is characterised by the return of arousal without signs of awareness. In contrast, a coma is a state that lacks both awareness and wakefulness. Absence of awareness… Read more »