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Perinatal Brain Development Award - 2005

Dr Kathryn Buller was the recipient of BF grant funding in 2005

Perinatal Brain Development Award

Perinatal Brain Development Award
Long-term neuroprotection in the preterm brain: Targeting neuroinflammatory mediators to reduce white matter damage induced by a hypoxic-ischemic episode.
Dr Kathryn Buller
Perinatal Research Centre, School of Medicine, University of Queensland
Funded By Allen & Patricia Ellen Coulson Estate and Heidenreich Bequest
Co-Investigators : Professor Paul Colditz

Perinatal Brain Development Award funded by Allen & Patricia Ellen Coulson Estate and Heidenreich Bequest
Long-term neuroprotection in the preterm brain: Targeting neuroinflammatory mediators to reduce white matter damage induced by a hypoxic-ischemic episode.

Dr Kathryn Buller
Perinatal Research Centre, School of Medicine, University of Queensland
Co-Investigator: Professor Paul Colditz

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