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...already been identified using mass spectrophotometric analysis. We will also determine whether these protective PRFs also have beneficial effects in other brain disorders, including traumatic brain injury. Final Report  ...

Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is a rare brain disorder that affects movement, balance, and eye movements. Many of the symptoms are similar to Parkinson’s disease, and it is often misdiagnosed...

...national organisations will have state branches that help facilitate this, such as: Brain Injury Australia (brain injuries include traumatic brain injuries, stroke, infection, and degenerative diseases) Brain Tumour Alliance Australia...

...improved treatments for people with epilepsy and related brain diseases, including traumatic brain injury, dementias and brain tumours. He has published >570 peer-reviewed original papers in leading scientific and medical...

...(See section on Brain Foundation 2002 Research Reports). Bequests made for “research into brain diseases and disorders” by people such as Mr Noel Clifton, Mrs Kathleen Toy, Mrs Linda Turner,...

...using commercially available stem cells derived from individuals with no known brain disorder for comparison. Brain organoids will be grown, and we will study their structure and function to identify...

...Group (Belgium) www.coma.uliege.be Families4Families – Acquired Brain Injury support network Phone: 0433 388 250 Email: office@families4families.org.au Web: families4families.org.au International MindCare Foundation mindcare.foundation National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke www.ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/All-Disorders/Locked-Syndrome-Information-Page...

...Information National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (USA) ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/All-Disorders/Charcot-Marie-Tooth-Disease-Information-Page Support Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association Australia Inc. Building 22, Concord Hospital, CONCORD NSW 2139 Web site: cmt.org.au Email: cmtaa@cmt.org.au Tel (02) 9767...

...to develop additional therapies; and we will determine whether this newly identified mechanism contributes to pressure rise in other brain disorders. I would like to thank the Brain Foundation for...

...drugs are used to treat certain movement disorders, psychiatric disorders, and some gastric conditions. Tardive syndromes may also develop in some Parkinson’s patients as a result of exposure to levodopa....

...the latest Australian research papers on Restless Legs Syndrome National Institutes of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (USA) ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/All-Disorders/Restless-Legs-Syndrome-Information-Page   Reviewed by Dr Dominic Rowe, Neurologist, Royal North Shore Hospital, Australia...

...Summer 2023-24 – Features the 2023 Brain Foundation Research Grants Winter 2023 Summer 2022-23 – Features the 2022 Brain Foundation Research Grants Winter 2022 Summer_2021-2022 – Features the 2021 Brain...

View all Research Grants by Year Brain Research, Neurology | Brain Foundation: The Brain Foundation is dedicated to funding high quality Australian neurological research that will advance diagnoses, treatment and...

...Researchers also need to study brain and spinal cord tissue to develop ways of repairing and preventing tissue damage. Donating your brain to the MS Research Australia Brain Bank after...

Description Epilepsy is a neurological disorder in which brief, recurrent changes in the electrical activity of the brain lead to seizures or ‘fits’, lasting from a few seconds to several...

...of traumatic brain injuries suggests that younger children’s brains may be more vulnerable and less likely to recover than older childrens’ brains. Weakness or paralysis down one side of the...

...tics and vocal tics. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in children causes unwanted thoughts resulting in repetitive compulsive behaviors and anxiety. Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are characterized by social-interaction difficulties, communication challenges...
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