Posted on: 12 July, 2021
Kolling researchers will drive a large, national research project to improve diagnostic rates for those with mitochondrial diseases and broaden treatment pathways.
A $3 million grant from the Medical Research Future Fund is being invested in the project, which will involve clinicians, researchers and diagnostic scientists from a host of organisations including the Kolling and the Murdoch.....
Category: Neuroscience and Pain Research, Research Excellence
Posted on: 10 May, 2021
Kolling researchers are set to lead a ground-breaking project to identify new drug therapies for those with Parkinson's disease.
The project has been made possible following Federal Government funding through the National Drug Discovery Centre.
Senior Kolling researcher Dr Daniel Whiten has welcomed the announcement, saying the funding will help our team translate our scientific progress.....
Category: Funding support
Posted on: 07 May, 2021
An exciting project between the University of Sydney and the Northern Sydney Local Health District will see a $15 million, revolutionary scanner installed at Royal North Shore Hospital, greatly improving patient care and research capabilities.
Australia’s first Total Body Positron Emission Tomography (TB-PET) scanner will produce faster and higher quality whole-body PET/CT scans, with l.....
Category: World-leading technology
Posted on: 19 October, 2020
Congratulations to the Kolling’s Executive Director Professor Carolyn Sue, elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences for her outstanding contribution to health and medical research in Australia.
Professor Sue is part of a distinguished group recognised for their personal achievement, outstanding leadership and continuing involvement in health and medi.....
Category: Awards, Research Excellence
Posted on: 22 September, 2020
Kolling Institute researchers will help drive an exciting international project to identify the genetic links to Parkinson’s disease and new ways to treat the debilitating disorder.
The program will bring together leading researchers from Sweden, the United States and Australia after a $12.5 million grant from the Aligning Science Across Parkinson’s initiative, which will be administered.....
Category: Funding support
Posted on: 28 August, 2019
More than 40 per cent of people injured in a traffic accident are psychologically distressed one month after their accident, with many of those suffering depression and post-traumatic stress symptoms.
The research forms part of the latest findings into the physical and emotional impact of motor vehicle crash injuries by the team from the John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research.
Category: Research Excellence