Centre For Translational Neuroscience: A Modular Platform For Translating Discovery Into Health Outcomes
Grant number: 1001216 | Funding period: 2010 - 2016
Clinical Centre of Research Excellence in Translational Neuroscience will provide people, pathways and resources to create a novel platform to take the outputs of Neuroscience Discovery programs though to improved patient outcomes for common brain diseases. A critical role will be to train and equip the best and brightest of the next generation of researchers to undertake internationally competitive translational neuroscience research that makes a difference to the health of our community.
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