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MELBOURNE MOBILE STROKE UNIT CELEBRATES 2 YEAR MILESTONE
We are proud to celebrate two years of the successful Stroke Ambulance service in Melbourne and look forward to future developments, and possibly more stroke ambulances, to help us treat more people faster and more effectively. Thanks to 7NEWS Melbourne for the below feature!
ACTION 2019: PROGRAM CELEBRATES 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN MELBOURNE
In late November, our latest class of Chinese neurologists travelled to Melbourne, a visit that provided another opportunity to recognise and celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Australia China Training Initiative of Neurology (ACTION), established in conjunction with the Chinese Neuroscience Network. This very informative and interesting week-long event complemented the visit senior members of the MBC-RMH leadership team had made to Shanghai in July.
Click the below image to learn more about the ACTION program and view an image gallery of photos taken throughout the week.
MBC-RMH RESEARCHERS ATTEND ECTRIMS 2019
The European Committee for Research and Treatment in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) Congress is the largest annual multiple sclerosis research conference in the world. This year, a large contingent from the MBC-RMH travelled to Stockholm, Sweden, to present our research. In the video below, head of our Clinical Outcomes Research (CORe) Unit, A/Prof Tomas Kalincik, provides an overview of the meeting.
DR ANDREW BIVARD RECEIVES BOEHRINGER-INGELHEIM INNOVATION GRANT
At the 29th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Stroke Society of Australasia, we're proud to announce that the MBC-RMH’s senior neuroimaging scientist, Dr Andrew Bivard, was awarded a $40k Innovation Grant by our friends at Boehringer-Ingelheim. We look forward to reporting the outcomes of the research generously supported by this grant.
Learn more about the work of Dr Andrew Bivard and our Stroke Group by visiting their page under the Research menu heading.