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2011 Successful Grant Applications Kids Research Institute at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead NHMRC Grants Project Grants Chief Investigators: D Little, J Cooper‐White, A Ruys, A Schindeler Project Title: Pre‐clinical validation of a novel implant for bone tissue engineering Total awarded: $421,175 Chief Investigators: K North, N Laing, K Nowak, N Clarke, M Buckley Project Title: Neuromuscular disorders: Gene discovery and disease mechanism Total awarded: $772,350 Chief Investigators: E Elliott, J Latimer, C Bower, J Fitzpatrick, A Martiniuk Project Title: The Lililwan Project: Prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in the Fitzroy Valley Total awarded: $1,024,474 Chief Investigators: R Skinner, S Cooper, K McCaffery, G Zimet, K McGeehan, P Whyte, D Regan Project Title: Randomised Controlled Evaluation of a Complex Intervention to Promote Uptake of School‐based HPV Vaccination Total awarded: $723,634 Chief Investigators: C Jones, S Alexander Project Title: Defining the contribution of skin gamma delta T cells to cutaneous immunosurveillance, immunity and disease after HSV infection. Total awarded: $581,010 Chief Investigators: J Christodoulou, S Cooper Project Title: Gene Discovery and Functional Studies to Reveal Mechanisms Underlying Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain Disorders. Total awarded: $368,510 Chief Investigators: S Alexander, K Dwyer, Y M Wang Project Title: Role of Purines in renal and transplant injury Total awarded: $539,610 Chief Investigators: I Alexander, P Tam, G Yeoh, D Russell Project Title: Cellular therapy for genetic liver disease exploiting induced pluripotent stem cells and liver progenitor cells Total awarded: $770,175 Chief Investigators: I Alexander, S Ranganathan, M Cavazzana‐Calvo Project Title: Analysis and manipulation of the genome‐wide integration signatures of gammaretroviral and lentiviral vectors in human haematopoietic stem cells Total awarded: $591,125 Chief Investigators: N Laing, K North, N Clarke Project Title: Approaches to therapy for the skeletal muscle actin diseases. Total awarded: $881,175 Chief Investigators: K A O’Grady, A Chang, K Grimwood, P Morris, H Smith‐Vaughan, E Mulholland, Paul Torzillo, A Cripps, N Wood, A Revell Project Title: A multi‐centre, double blind randomised controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy of 10 valent pneumococcal –Protein D conjugate vaccine in reducing respiratory exacerbations in children aged 18 months with suppuratives lung disease Total awarded: $1,122,492 Chief Investigators: R Andrews, K A O’Grady, T Nolan, P Richmond, N Wood, S Lambert, M Chatfield Project Title: FluMuM: a prospective cohort study of mother‐infant pairs assessing the effectiveness of maternal influenza vaccination in prevention of influenza in early infancy Total awarded: $2,481,063 Chief Investigators: C Semsarian, D Winlaw (CIC) full list of Chief investigators to be confirmed Project Title: Genetic Basis of Valvular Heart Disease Total awarded: $434,255 Chief Investigators: E Banks, S Eades, C D’Este, S Bailey, S Redman, A Williamson, A Purcell, H Gunasekera, P McIntyre, K Clapham Project Title: Longitudinal investigation of health outcomes in urban Aboriginal children: SEARCH follow‐up Total awarded: $1,727,460 Chief Investigators: AL Ponsonby, F Cameron, M Craig, A Kemp Project Title: Enterovirus, vitamin D status and inflammation at the clinical onset of type 1 diabetes in childhood Total awarded: $398,047.50 Chief Investigators: J Couper, M Craig, P Colman, P Baghurst, W Rawlinson, T Jones, A Cotterill Project Title: Early environmental determinants of pancreatic islet autoimmunity: a pregnancy to early life cohort study in children at risk of type 1 diabetes Total awarded: $1,083,720 Chief Investigators: S Chadban, H Wu, S Alexander Project Title: Tolerance or rejection: The role of innate immunity in determining the fate of a kidney allograft. Total awarded: $489,255 Chief Investigators: R Heine, A Kakakios (full list of Chief Investigator to be confirmed) Project Title: Effect of a four‐food elimination diet in children with eosinophilic oesophagitis a multi‐centre, randomised controlled trial and investigation of disease mechanisms. Total awarded: $520,448 Chief Investigators: L Askie, L Baur, K Campbell, L Daniels, B Taylor, LM Wen, K Hesketh, A Magarey, R Taylor, A Martin Generating evidence of reduced rates of overweight/obesity in children: value adding to four established Australasian early intervention trials Total awarded: $187,018 Chief Investigators: A Chang, P Morris, KA O’Grady, K Grimwood, T Sloots, P Van Asperen, A Wilson, C Robertson Project Title: Multicentre Randomised Controlled Trial To Improve The Management Of Exacerbations In Children With Bronchiectasis. Total awarded: $1,148,522.00 (2012-2014) 2012 Centre of Research Excellence Chief Investigators: K North, N Laing, A Kornberg, J Burns, M Ryan, N Clarke, A Corbett, K Refshauge, M Buckley, C McLean Project Title: Centre for Research Excellence in neuromuscular disorders Total awarded: $2,496,650 Chief Investigators: R MacIntyre, P McIntyre, R Booy, J Leask, N Wood, C Jones, R Menzies, J Kaldor, P Beutels, D Dwyer Project Title: Immunisation in understudied and special risk populations Total awarded: $2,499,969 2012 Partnership Projects Chief Investigators: J Craig, E Banks, S Eades, C D'Este, S Bailey, S Redman, A Williamson, SPope, C Parter, H Gunasekera Project Title: SEARCH: better evidence, better health for urban Aboriginal children Total awarded: $1,395,760 2012 Practitioner Fellowships Chief Investigators: E Elliott Total awarded: $448,908 2012 Career Development Fellowships Chief Investigators: N Clarke Project Title: Advancing the diagnosis and treatment of inherited muscle disorders Total awarded: $391,076 2012 Early Career Fellowships Chief Investigators: A Tong Project Title: Consumer preferences in chronic kidney disease Total awarded: $294,892 Chief Investigators: G Wong Project Title: Cancer and chronic kidney disease Total awarded: $248,424 Chief Investigators: T Snelling Project Title: Monitoring the effectiveness and safety of vaccination in Australia Total awarded: $248,424 2011 Postgraduate Scholarships Chief Investigators: N Pride Project Title: The Identification and treatment of cognitive and social deficits in neurofibromatosis Total awarded: $78,625 Chief Investigators: R McGee Project Title: Trials and outcomes in Paediatric surgery Total awarded: $80,938 Chief Investigators: M Menzes Project Title: Peripheral Neuropathy in Children with Mitochondrial Disease Total awarded: $45,188 Chief Investigators: D Campbell Project Title: To investigate rates of peritonitis in incident peritoneal dialysis patients in Australia and perform a pilot study aimed at reducing these rates Total awarded: $74,750 Chief Investigators: P Lopez‐Vargas Project Title: A multi‐component education program for patients with early stage chronic kidney disease Total awarded: $63,000 Chief Investigators: M Ho Project Title: Obesity and insulin resistance in adolescents Total awarded: $74,750 Chief Investigators: E Palmer Project Title: Finding a Drug Treatment for Rett Syndrome Total awarded: $74,750 Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick NHMRC Grants 2012 Project Grants Chief Investigators: E Sullivan (full list of Chief Investigator to be confirmed) Project Title: A national population‐based study of rheumatic heart disease in pregnancy Total awarded: $841,035 Kids Research Institute at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead Grants from other funding bodies Australian Paediatric Endocrine Group Chief Investigators: M Poon, M Craig, K Donaghue Project Title: The role of environmental factors in the development of microvascular and macrovascular complications in type 1 diabetes ‐ a 14 year follow up of an incident cohort Total awarded: $25,000 Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute Centre of Research Excellence Chief Investigators: E Banks, J Craig, S Bailey, S Redman, C D’Este, D Fernando, A Williamson, H Gunasekera, D Thiele, A Purcell, S Woolfenden , D Wright, S Lyons, B Raphael , D Barwick, T Senior, K Howard Project Title: Centre for Research Excellence for Urban Aboriginal Child Health Total awarded: $2,500,000 Australian Research Council – Linkage Project Chief Investigators: Y Zurynski, E Elliott, H Leonard, J Christodoulou Project Title: Psychosocial and economic impacts of rare diseases on Australian children, families and health professionals Total awarded: $316,780 Australian Research Council – Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Chief Investigators: A Tong Project Title: Protecting equity and ethics in organ donation: patient, public and professional perspectives Total awarded: $375,000 Australian Research Council – Discovery Project Chief Investigators: K North Project Title: Molecular dissection of the functional regions of genes that encode actinins (ACTN2 and ACTN3) and their contribution to normal variation in skeletal muscle function Total awarded: $300,000 Australian Orthopaedic Association Research Foundation Chief Investigators: D Little Project Title: BMP‐2 and Bisphosphonate treatment of Avascular Necrosis in Piglet model Total awarded: $32,725 Cancer Institute NSW – AYA Fellowship Chief Investigators: A Fernando Project Title: Bridging the Gap ‐ Developing a Palliative Care Service Specific to Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer Total awarded: $156,742 Children’s Tumor Foundation Chief Investigators: D Little Project Title: The use of MEK ibhibitors in Nf1 pseudarthrosis Total awarded: $30,000 Chief Investigators: J Payne Project Title: The Neural Basis and Treatment of reading disability in children with Neurofibromatosis Type 1 Total awarded: $100,000 Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Foundation – Establishment Award Chief Investigators: L Lau Project Title: MYCN/c‐MYC‐medicated regulation of the telomerase complex in neuroblastoma Total awarded: $74,800 Chief Investigators: J Ayer Project Title: Defining the role of T‐Cadherin (T‐CAD) in Adiponectin (APN) mediated protection against vascular injury and angiogenesis Total awarded: $75,000 Diabetes Australia Research Trust Chief Investigators: M Poon, M Craig, K Donaghue Project Title: The role of environmental factors in the development of microvascular and macrovascular complications in type 1 diabetes – a 14 year follow up of an incident cohort Total awarded: $60,000 Foundation for Children Chief Investigators: P Caldwell Project Title: Randomised controlled trial of timed voiding using an alarm watch vs. standard watch for treatment of daytime urinary incontinence in children Total awarded: $163,920 Ian Potter Foundation – Travel Grant Chief Investigators: S Cooper Project Title: To attend conference in Berlin Total awarded: $2,100 IRSF Research grant Chief Investigators: J Christodoulou Project Title: IRSF MECP2 Vation Database (RettBASE) Total awarded: $35,165 Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia Chief Investigators: F Brilot, R Dale Project Title: Autoantibody in first episode of demyelination, and risk of progression to MS in Australian children Total awarded: $50,000 Pablove Foundation Chief Investigators: L Lau Project Title: Alternative Lengthening of Telomeres (ALT) in Neuroblastoma Total awarded: $49,500 Perpetual Foundation Chief Investigators: K North Project Title: Purchase Mobile Spectral Domain OCT System Total awarded: $23,000 The University of Sydney – Equipment Grant Chief Investigators: K North, I Alexander, S Alexander, J Christodoulou, D Catchpoole, N Clarke Project Title: Ion Torrent Personal Genome Machine (PGM) Total awarded: $75,000 Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick: Grants from other funding bodies Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Foundations Establishment Award Chief Investigator: T Roscioli Title: Next Generation Sequencing Total awarded: $76,000 NSW Cancer Council Infrastructure Grant Chief Investigators: M Buckley, R Ward, M Field, T Roscioli (associate) Title: Next Generation Sequencing Total awarded: $600,000 Royal Australasian College of Physicans Award ‐ Jacquot Research Establishment Awards Chief Investigator: S Kennedy Title: Acute Kidney Injury after Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant in Children Total awarded: $90,000 Chief Investigator: K Ooi Total awarded: $10,000 Chief Investigator: D Ziegler Title: New treatments for diffuse pontine glioma Total awarded: $50,000 KRI bridging grants for 2012 Chief investigator: D Little Project title: Modulation of Wnt Pathway in Skeletal Loading Response and Skeletal Repair Total awarded: $35K Chief investigators: N Clarke, K North, N Laing, B Ilkovski Project title: Tropomyosin myopathies: Investigating the causes of muscle weakness and potential pharmacological therapies Total awarded: $35K Additional new grants and government funding for 2012 Foster K, Morris J, Jeffrey H, Elliott EJ, Adams C, Hirst J, Lahra M, Glasson R. Educational Initiative to Improve Maternal, Neonatal and Childhood Health Outcomes in Dien Bien Province, Viêt Nam. AusAid Public Sector Linkages Program. $242,000. 2012-2013. Peadon E, Elliott E. Development of the first screening and diagnostic and service for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in Australia. Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education. $108,000. 2012-2013. Latimer J, Elliott EJ. Marulu: Tristan’s Story and Educational Film. Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education. $40,000. 2012-2013. Elliott EJ for the Lililwan Collaboration. FASD prevalence in the Fitzroy Valley. Save the Children Australia. $60,000. 2012-13. Elliott EJ, Bower C, Kaldor J, Booy R. Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit: A collaborative network for child health research. Additional funding from NHMRC for Enabling Grant th (402784). $100,000. January 1 to September 30 , 2012. Elliott EJ, Zurynski Y. Australian Paediatric Surveillance Unit. Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. $177,014. July 2011 to June 2012. Latimer J, Elliott EJ, Fitzpatrick J, Oscar J, Carter M. The Lililwan Project. Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing and Department of Families Housing Community Services and Indigenous Affairs. $945,000. 2012-2013. McIntyre P, Elliott EJ, Zurynski Y, Booy R, Wood N, Macarteney K The Paediatric Active Enhanced Disease Surveillance (PAEDS) Collaboration. Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. $454,260. 2012-2014. C Jones, M Fernandez - TLR2 Agonist – HIV Peptide Induction of TH17 responses: A new immunotherapuetic and vaccine strategy? – CIs on grant totaling $113,000 for 12 months. A Holland, Kate Curtis, Rebecca Ivers. 2012 International Program Development Fund, University of Sydney.
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