NRP/Insurance Commission grant round 2023 is closed

The grant round closed on Friday, 31st March 2023.

Should you have any queries about your application, please contact 

NRP Student Travel Scholarships – awarded for ANS 2022

The Neurotrauma Research Program awarded 5 travel grants to the following successful applicants, who attended the Australasian Neuroscience Society annual scientific meeting held in Melbourne, 5-7 December 2022.

  • Emily King, “Driving axon initial segment plasticity with non-invasive brain stimulation in vitro.”
  • Delin Liu, “Rugulation of blood-brain barrier by a subset of astrocytes through mitochondrial transfer”
  • Jessica Moretti, “Whole-brain analysis of neuronal activity suggests functional connectivity is disrupted following acute and chronic rTMS (16098)”
  • Rebecca Ong, “Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation induces cortical layer and brain region specific neural plasticity mechanisms”
  • Jacinta Thorne, “Neuroimaging to enhance our understanding of cardiac autonomic changes following mild traumatic brain injury: a scoping review”

Congratulations to the attendees who reported several benefits to their attendance, including networking and the opportunity to identify potential future  collaborations as part of their very positive experience.

Grant Outcomes

Visit the ICWA sponsored grants and the recent DoH sponsored grants pages to find out more.

Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science has generously hosted administration of the NRP since February 2018. Perron Institute’s research focuses on neurological disorders and diseases and closely aligns with the goals and objectives of NRP.

Our Sponsors

Our Former Sponsors

It is with gratitude we acknowledge our former sponsors, the WA State Government, particularly the WA Department of Health, who provided significant funding for the program from 2000 to 2023.


Stay tuned for new events.

Weekly TBI Zoom Seminar

University of Kentucky, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Zoom meeting ID is 861 5152 0632, password is TBI

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