Stroke Foundation funding new research

Ground-breaking stroke research projects have been given a kick-start as part of the National Stroke Foundation’s annual grants program. National Stroke Foundation will provide more than $312,000 to eleven Australian researchers, underpinning new research and supporting future leaders in stroke. Professor Amanda Thrift, Chair of the National Stroke Foundation’s Research Advisory Committee said the new

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