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Genetic Repositories Australia (GRA)

FACILITY INFORMATION

The following documents and forms will be of use when requesting access to GRA Services and/or Materials.

GRA Access Policy (55KB, PDF)
This four-page document details the approved Access Policy of the GRA Facility. Download PDF

GRA Facility Access Application Form (62KB, DOC)
This two-page document must be completed to access GRA materials and/or services. Download DOC

GRA Services and Material Transfer Agreement (97KB, PDF)
This document details the specific conditions that apply to researchers that intend on submitting samples for processing and utilising the services of GRA and/or when requesting access to material (DNA and/or Cell Lines) that is available for distribution by GRA. Download PDF.

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FEEL THE BUZZ IN THE AIR? US TOO.

Ten siblings. One third live (or have passed away) with dementia.

The scourge of dementia runs deep in Lorna Clement's family. Of the eleven children her dear parents raised, four live (or have passed away) with complications of the disease. Her mother also died of Alzheimer's disease, bringing the family total to five. This is the mystery of dementia - One family, with two very different ageing outcomes. You will have read that lifestyle is an important factor in reducing the risk of dementia. We also know diet is a key factor, and an aspect that Dr Ruth Peter's is exploring at NeuRA. Along with leading teams delivering high profile evidence synthesis work in the area of dementia risk reduction, Dr Peters has a particular interest in hypertension (that is, high blood pressure) and in the treatment of hypertension in older adults. “We have known for a while that treating high blood pressure reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke, but it is becoming clearer that controlling blood pressure may also help to reduce the risk of cognitive decline and dementia. Now we need to know what the best blood pressure is to protect brain health.” You are invited to read more about Lorna's story and Dr Peter's work, by clicking 'Read the full story' below. Please support dementia research at NeuRA Will you consider a gift today to help Dr Peter's unlock the secrets of healthy ageing and reduce the risk of dementia? Research into ageing and dementia at NeuRA will arm doctors and other medical professionals with the tools they need to help prevent dementia in our communities. Thank you for your support.
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