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Sandra J Petty, Carol J Milligan, Marian Todaro, Kay L Richards, Pamuditha K Kularathna, Charles N Pagel, Chris R French, Elisa L Hill-Yardin, Terence J O'Brien, John D Wark, Eleanor J Mackie, Steven Petrou
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Awarded by NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence Grant
The authors would like to sincerely acknowledge the following organizations for funding received during the development of this study including: the Molly McDonnell Foundation Scholarship (2009), DW Keir Fellowship in Medical Research at The Royal Melbourne Hospital (January 2010-June 2012), University of Melbourne Early Career Researcher (ECR) grant (2010), Brain Foundation Research Grant-in-Aid (2011), The Royal Melbourne Hospital Home Lottery Grants-in-Aid (2012), RACP Servier Barry Young Fellowship in Neuroscience (2012), The Royal Melbourne Hospital Victor Hurley Grants-in-Aid (2013), MBC Postdoctoral Medical Research Fellowship at The Melbourne Brain Centre RMH (June 2012-2014), and (NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence Grant 1001216). Dr. Sandra Petty held the Thwaites Gutch Fellowship at Ormond College Parkville 2011-2015.