Special grant for research program

Dr David Reid; extension fellowship respiratory medicine, initially three years 2008 – 2010, one further year 2011

Dr Liz Tegg; extension fellowship Tasmanian Familial Haematological Malignancy study, initially three years funding from 2008 – 2010, two further years 2011 – 2012

Grant to assist in 2011-13 with the employment of a post-doctoral Research Fellow
Prof Matthew Jose

Grant to assist in 2011-13 with the completion of further post-doc studies
Dr. Victoria Trubody

Funding for Research Fellow Level B Step 4 years 1 & 2 for NW practice development. Plus seed funding for NW practice development.
Prof Andrew Robinson

Grant to assist in 2010 with the establishment of a respiratory research fund – second instalment 
Prof Richard Wood Baker

Clinical research grants
Identification of a new target for therapy in cystic fibrosis lung infections
A/Prof Margaret Cooley

Managing Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Together: Participant-CENTREd Continuum of Care. A comparison of telephone health-mentoring, home-based walking and rehabilitation with rehabilitation only
Dr Helen Cameron-Tucker

Multicentre randomised controlled trials of minimally-invasive surfactant therapy in preterm infants on continuous positive airway pressure
Dr Peter Dargaville

A pilot pharmacokinetic study of the interaction between two systemic Complementary and Alternative Medicines and standard therapy in patients with active malignancy.
Prof Raymond Lowenthal

Biomarkers to identify intensive care patients who are at risk of neuropsychological damage.
Dr Andrew Turner

Starter Research grants
Role of Acanthamoeba in Intensive Therapy Ward Infections
Dr Richard Bradbury

Transcriptome analysis for predicting response to radiotherapy in prostate cancer patients.
Dr Jo Dickinson

Executive functioning and everyday performance in early school age children born less than 32 weeks gestation.
Sari O'Meagher

Factors influencing the outcomes of therapy with the anticlotting medication, clopidogrel, in patients with acute coronary syndromes.
Professor Gregory Peterson

Evidence to practice gap: factors that influence practices to prevent blood clots following hip and knee replacement surgery.
Professor Gregory Peterson

Investigations of the chemical and physical stability of iron polymaltose intravenous infusions.
Troy Wanandy

Special thanks to our major sponsor
Johns Group Tasmania