Funding success for the Robinson Institute!

Robinson Institute researchers have been awarded over $14 million in project funding and fellowships to help tackle some of the country’s most serious health problems, including breast cancer, stroke, indigenous health, diabetes, pregnancy and fertility.

Professor Julie Owens, has been awarded the University of Adelaide’s largest single project grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council of $891,732 to investigate the link between growth-restricted babies and diabetes and obesity in later life.

Associate Professor Michael Davies received an ARC Fellowship of $789,196 for his project “Building child health through maternal wellbeing” and Professor Ray Rodgers received a $765,370 NHMRC Research Fellowship to help prevent and treat ovarian diseases, which are a major cause of infertility.

For more information on funding achievements visit the Robinson Institute web site

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