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Feb 2017
Trish Foundation contributes to first-ever discovery
Jun 2017
Researchers funded by the Trish Foundation making great progress
Dec 2017
Announcement by NHMRC
Jan 2018
2018 Round of Funding Four new Projects announced
Jun 2018
Exciting regrowth of nerve fibres
Jun 2018
Dr Merson secures $1 million from NHMRC
Jun 2018
Findings submitted for publication
Jan 2019
New Research Projects commencing 2019 announced
01/01/2019
New Research Projects 2019

2019 Round of Funding

The Trish MS Research Foundation is thrilled to announce the Research Projects we are funding commencing 2019, only possible due to the great generosity of our extraordinarily generous Sponsors, donors and supporters, for which we are extremely grateful.

The question is often asked, “How do we ensure only the highest quality MS research is funded?”

A stringent Grant Review Process is undertaken to select the most appropriate research to fund, details of which are available elsewhere on this website.

The Foundation is pleased to be funding the following five Research Projects:

·       ‘Developing methods to promote the creation of new myelin in MS.’ Incubator Grant over one year in 2019 fully funded by the Trish MS Research Foundation.  Investigator:  Associate Professor Anthony Don. The University of Sydney, NSW.

·       ‘Developing a novel drug for progressive MS.’ Incubator Grant over one year in 2019 fully funded by the Trish MS Research Foundation. Investigator:  Dr Steven Petratos, Monash University, Victoria.

·       ‘How Nerve Cells influence Myelin Repair in the Brain.’ Project Grant over three years commencing 2019 to which the Trish MS Research Foundation is contributing. Investigator:  Dr Junhua Xiao, The University of Melbourne, Victoria.

·       ‘Promoting myelin repair in the brain.’ Project Grant over two years commencing 2019, fully funded by the Trish MS Research Foundation. Investigator:  Dr Simon Murray, The University of Melbourne, Victoria.

·       ‘Using MRI to measure MS severity and progression.’ Postgraduate Scholarship over three years commencing 2019, fully funded by the Trish MS Research Foundation. Investigator:  Dr Justin Garber, The University of Sydney, NSW.

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