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Stay up-to-date with all of our latest news, from research groups working right across the Melbourne Brain Centre at Royal Melbourne Hospital.

MELBOURNE BRAIN CENTRE AT RMH TEAM MEMBERS RECOGNISED WITH AWARDS

The end of 2020 saw a number of MBC-RMH team members recognised with different prizes or awards.  Congratulations to the following six recipients.

  • Prof. Bruce Campbell, awarded the Woodward Medal in Science and Technology by the University of Melbourne
     

  • Prof. Amy Brodtmann, awarded a 2020 Future Leader Fellowship by the Heart Foundation
     

  • Dr. Charles Malpas, awarded a 2020 Melbourne Medical School Publication Prize
     

  • Prof. Tomas Kalincik, awarded a Dame Kate Campbell Fellowship by the University of Melbourne
     

  • Ms. Skye Coote, highly commended in the Nursing category at the Royal Melbourne Hospital Celebrating Excellence Awards
     

  • Dr. Izanne Roos, awarded the 2020 Stephen Davis Award for Outstanding Fellow of the Year

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CONNECT WITH THE MELBOURNE BRAIN CENTRE AT RMH ON LINKEDIN

We are excited to announce that we have established a Melbourne Brain Centre at RMH

page on LinkedIn.


In addition to sharing the innovative, translational neuroscience research being undertaken across the MBC-RMH, we’re looking forward to connecting with the team members driving our current agenda forward, and re-connecting with those who have made valuable contributions to our centre in the past.

Click the banner below to visit our new page.

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MOBILE STROKE UNIT AND AUSTRALIAN STROKE ALLIANCE UPDATE

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Prof. Stephen Davis and Prof. Geoffrey Donnan sat down to discuss both the impact of the virus and the pioneering work being undertaken to transform stroke care in this country, at a national level, via the establishment of the Australian Stroke Alliance.

DR HENRY ZHAO RECEIVES PREMIER'S AWARDS FOR HEALTH AND MEDICAL RESEARCH NOMINATION

It is with great pride that we can announce Dr Henry Zhao has been nominated as one of twelve finalists for the Premier's Awards for Health and Medical Research, run by the Victorian Department of Health & Human Services.

These awards recognise "the exceptional contributions and capabilities of Victoria's emerging early career researchers in their PhD studies". This is fantastic recognition of Henry's work which explores new and more rapid ways of identifying and treating the most severe types of stroke on the Mobile Stroke Unit. Good luck, Henry!

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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.

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