Insult, Injury and recovery in brain disease: from molecules to therapeutic outcome [ 2003 - 2007 ]

Also known as: Aiming at new drugs for treating brain diseases and improving recovery

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Researchers: Prof Malcolm Horne (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr John Drago E/Pr Phillip Nagley Prof Andrew Lawrence Prof Bevyn Jarrott
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Brief description When nerve cells are damaged, destroyed or injured, through disease or trauma, common pathological processes are set in train. Even though there are many factors that might trigger disease, these inevitably lead to common processes that end in cell death or initiate protective processes. One theme involves the factors that surround these responses to nerve injury and stress, and the consequent protective and regenerative responses that ensue. Another theme, closely integrates with the first, is to exploit basic biological mechanisms with the aim of identifying and developing therapeutic targets for the management of a wider range of neurological conditions.

Funding Amount $AUD 8,215,610.75

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