The Australian Government is investing more than AUD 3.4 million to support Australian participation in seven collaborative health and medical research projects with EU institutions.
The NHMRC–EU Collaborative Research Grant Scheme supports Australian participation in leading international collaborative research under Horizon Europe. Horizon Europe is the EU’s key funding program for research and innovation. It supports creating and better dispersing of excellent knowledge and technologies.
The projects will address a range of important health priorities such as mental health, developmental disorders, cerebral palsy, air pollution and quality of life for cancer survivors.
|Chief Investigator||Title||Administering Institution||Budget|
|Professor Christel Middeldorp||Youth-GEMs: Gene Environment interactions in Mental health trajectories of Youth||University of Queensland||$499,332|
|Professor Roslyn Boyd||Clinical validation of Artificial Intelligence for providing a personalized motor clinical profile assessment and rehabilitation of upper limb in children with unilateral Cerebral Palsy||University of Queensland||$499,779|
|Dr Eva Zopf||PREFERABLE-II - Personalised Exercise-Oncology for improvement of supportive care: a super umbrella trial to demonstrate the (cost)effectiveness of live-remote exercise in cancer survivors||Cabrini Health||$457,547|
|Professor Yuming Guo||Improvement of school indoor air quality and children's health||Monash University||$499,557|
|Professor Kevin Thomas||Identification of chemical and biological determinants, their sources, and strategies to promote healthier homes in Europe (INQUIRE)||University of Queensland||$499,819|
|Professor Angela Morgan||Risk and Resilience in Developmental Diversity and Mental Health||Murdoch Children’s Research Institute||$499,734|
|Associate Professor Klaus Schubert||PsychSTRATA||University of Adelaide||$498,335|