We are pleased to announce thanks to the support of people like you in our community that 25 research projects were funded recently.
In 2015, over $2 million in research grants was awarded to 25 researchers based at the PAH campus in the following fields: bone regeneration, cancer research, cardiovascular disease, chronic rhinosinusitis, liver function and disease, obesity, rehabilitation, rapid response calling, and trauma and disease management.
Congratulations to all the researchers who received grant funding. We look forward to following your journey on the road to finding better treatments and cures for some of today's biggest health challenges.
Successful recipients were from a variety of disciplines, including: the PAH Departments/Divisions of Addiction and Mental Health Services, Cancer Services, Cardiology, Clinical Support Services, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Intensive Care, Nephrology, Occupational Therapy, Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery), Surgery, and Urology, as well as UQ's School of Medicine and Diamantina Institute, QUT's Institute for Health and Biomedical Innovation; and the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre – Queensland.
Dr Moe Thuzar – regulating the metabolic significance of brown fat
Ear, Nose and Throat
Many of the research projects funded through the PA Research Support Scheme have had direct benefits to patients at the PA Hospital.
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