Genetic Repositories Australia (GRA) is a national genetic repository for DNA and cell lines derived from appropriately consented disease-specific and population-based studies. GRA has been supported by a $2 million National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Enabling Facility Grant and is based at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA).
The Chief Investigators on the NHMRC Enabling Grant 401184 are Prof Peter Schofield (Neuroscience Research Australia and University of New South Wales), Assoc Prof Juleen Cavanaugh (Australian National University), Dr Susan Forrest (Australian Genome Research Facility) and Prof John Hopper (University of Melbourne).
Change of funding arrangements for NHMRC Enabling Facilities
Important changes in NHMRC Support Mechanisms have been implemented; please refer to the following letter for further information.
Obtaining cost estimates for NHMRC Project Grant submissions
If you are intending to submit a Project Grant application which involves the use of Genetic Repositories Australia, then please contact the facility via firstname.lastname@example.org or (02 9399 1725) as soon as possible to discuss your proposal and to obtain a cost estimate.
NeuRA researchers are stepping up their research with the introduction of a new perturbation treadmill aimed at preventing falls and improving balance. What is a perturbation treadmill? A perturbation treadmill is a treadmill, like those in the gym, but with two belts instead of one. We can control the speed of each belt independently. Each foot is placed on a […]