Successful grants 2009
Our group had a very successful year (2009) in terms of securing more research money for our frontotemporal dementia research. Here a few of our 2009 grant successes by members of the group:
- ARC Discovery Project Grant. Prefrontal and medial temporal lobe cortices’ interactions to episodic long-term memory. 2010-2012.
- NHMRC Project Grant. Progressive aphasia and amyloid deposition: a multidisciplinary approach to improving dementia diagnosis. Joint with Prof C Rowe and colleagues in Melbourne. 2010-2012.
- NHMRC Project Grant. The impact of circadian disturbances on sleep quality, cognition and psychiatric symptoms in neurodegenerative disease. Joint with Dr S Lewis at Sydney University. 2010-2012.
- ARC Discovery Project Grant. Emotion in voice matters: advancing a neural model of auditory emotion perception. Joint with Prof S MacDonald UNSW. 2010-2013.
- ARC LIEF (Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities) Grant. State-of-the-art upgrade to multi-transmit multi-receive technology for research dedicated 3 Tesla MRI scanner. 2010.
- UNSW Early Career Research Grant to Dr Michael Hornberger. Dissecting behavioural disturbances associated with orbitofrontal cortex dysfunction in frontotemporal dementia and bipolar disorder. 2010-2011