Grants Awarded

(NRI researchers and SVHA Sydney staff shown in bold.)

RESEARCH GRANTS(Last four years)

2016

Cadilhac D, Hand P, Andrew N, Middleton S. Reducing disability from stroke by improving access to best practice stroke care in Victoria. The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health. The Ian Potter Foundation. 2016: $50,000; 2017: $50,000; Total Funds Awarded: $100,000.

2015

Bernhardt J, Nilsson M, Carey L, van Vilet P, Cadilhac D, Parsons M, Bladin C, Middleton S, Levi C, Donnan A. Centre for Research Excellence in Stroke Rehabilitation and Brain Recovery. National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grant. 2014: $631,079; 2015: $667,228; 2016: $549,930; 2017: $351,723; 2018: $300,574. Total Funds Awarded: $2,500,537. (Project ID: APP1077898).

2014

Arima H, Lavados P, Middleton S, Watkins C, Robinson T, Heritier S, Hackett M, Olavarria V, Heeley, E. Head Position in Stroke Trial (HeadPoST). National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant.2014: $612,315; 2015: $803,230; 2016:$363,518; Total Funds Awarded: $1,709,566. (Project ID: APP1066966).

Rogers J, Middleton S, Johnstone S, Kelly P. Headset EEG Predictors of Cognitive Outcome after Stroke. Australian Catholic University Faculty of Health Sciences Grant: 2014: $16,954.

Low Choy N, Middleton S, Hiller J, Courtney M, Cole M, Dorsch S, Paterson K, Lynch M, Dale S, Jammali-Blasi A. Stage 2 of the Stroke Survivorship Study – A cohort follow-up survey of health, physical function, self-efficacy a n falls risk in stroke survivors and their care-givers. Australian Catholic University Faculty of Health Sciences Grant: 2014: $16,000.

Middleton S, Alexandrov A, Watkins C, Cadilhac D, McInnes L. Australian Catholic University - International Stroke Research Collaborative (ACU-ISReC). Australian Catholic University Faculty Research Grant - 2014: $537,017; 2015: $649,343; 2016: $662,361; 2017: $607,286; 2018: $423,421; Total funds awarded $ 2,879,428

Spratt N, Ada L, Nilsson M, Middleton S, Bernhardt J, Churilov L, Levi C, Pollack M, Faux S, Perry L, McCluskey A. Altering the Rehabilitation. Altering the Rehabililtation Environment to Improve Stroke Survivor Activity (AREISSA): A Phase II Trial. Jan 2014 to March 2016. Total Funds Awarded: $254,633.

Arima H, Lavados P, Middleton S, Watkins C, Robinson T, Heritier S, Hackett M, Olavarria V, Heeley, E. Head Position in Stroke Trial (HeadPoST). National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant. 2014: $612,315; 2015: $803,230; 2016:$363,518; Total Funds Awarded: $1,779,064. (Project ID: APP1066966).

Chaboyer W, Bucknall T, Webster J, McInnes E, Banks, M, Whitty J, Marianne Wallis, Gillespie B, Thalib L, Cullum N. INTroducing A Care bundle To prevent pressure injury (the INTACT trial). National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant. Total Funds Awarded: $1,071,076.50. (Project ID: APP1058963).

Sutherland-Fraser, S, Rodgers J, McInnes E. Surgical Patients' Pressure Injury Incidence (SPPII) study. St Vincents Clinic Foundation Research Grant. Total Funds Requested: $25,000.

Gonzalez-Guarda R M, Thompson D, Ski C, McInnes E, Middleton S, Gardener A, Rahman A. Training the Next Generation of Global Health Disparities Scientists. NIMHD Minority Health and Health Disparities International: Research Training (In collaboration with the School of Nursing and Health Studies University of Miami Health). Total Funds Awarded: TBA . Project ID: ((T37) RFA-MD-13-002).

McInnes E, Hiller J. Why are clinically and cost-ineffective products used in wound-care? A qualitative of tertiary hospitals’ wound care purchasing and disinvestment decisions. Faculty Research Grant $15,000

 

2013

Middleton S, Cadilhac D, Alexandrov A, Watkins C, McInnes E. ACU International Stroke Research Collaborative: ACU-ISReC $3,000,000. ACU Research Program Grant to fund 2 Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships, three PhD student scholarships and various stroke research projects in collaboration with USA, UK.

Spratt N, Ada L, Nilsson M, Middleton S, Bernhardt J, Churilov L, Levi C, Pollack M, Faux S, Perry L, McCluskey A. Altering the Rehabilitation. Altering the Rehabililtation Environment to Improve Stroke Survivor Activity (AREISSA): A Phase II Trial. Jan 2014 to March 2016. Total Funds Awarded: $254,633.

Arima H, Lavados P, Middleton S, Watkins C, Robinson T, Heritier S, Hackett M, Olavarria V, Heeley, E. Head Position in Stroke Trial (HeadPoST). National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant. 2014: $612,315; 2015: $803,230; 2016:$363,518; Total Funds Requested: $1,779,064. (Project ID: APP1066966).

Chaboyer W, Bucknall T, Webster J, McInnes E, Banks, M, Whitty J, Marianne Wallis, Gillespie B, Thalib L, Cullum N. INTroducing A Care bundle To prevent pressure injury (the INTACT trial). National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant. Total Funds Requested: $1,106,078. (Project ID: APP1058963).

Armstrong E, Godeke E, Bernhardt J, Middleton S, Rai T, Holland A. Very Early Rehabilitation in SpEech: An RCT of aphasia therapy after stroke. National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant. 2013: $185,583.45; 2014: $312,333.45; 2015: $244,083.45. Total funds awarded: $742,000. (Project ID: APP1044973).

Middleton S,Ward J, Levi C, Grimshaw J, D’Este C, Cheung W, Cadilhac D, Dale S, Quinn C, Drury P, O’Brien L. Quality in Acute Stroke Care (QASC) implementation program. Agency for Clinical Innovation: Jan 2013: $108,854; Jul 2013: $152,396. Total funds awarded $261,250.

Watkins C, Robinson T, Barer D, Roffe C, Price C, Emsley H, Hackett M, Middleton S, Anderson C, Leathley M, Sutton C, Gordon C, Williams J, Lightbody L, Boaden E. Feasibility of Head Position in Stroke Trial UK (HeadPoST UK). National Institute of Health Research Stroke Research Network (Portfolio Development Funding).2013: £2,350.

Middleton S, Cadilhac D, Alexandrov A, Watkins C, McInnes E. ACU Research Program Grant: ACU International Stroke Research Collaborative: ACU-ISReC 2013: $3,000,000

Sutherland-Fraser, S, Rodgers J, McInnes E. Surgical Patients' Pressure Injury Incidence (SPPII) study.St Vincents Clinic Foundation Research Grant. Total Funds: $25,000.