National Competitive Grants (Category 1)

Project and names of CIs  Summary  Funding source  Duration  Amount $ AUD 

Centre for Clinical Research Excellence in Cerebral Palsy

D. Reddihough, HK Graham,C Imms, N Badawi, M Coory, E Waters, E Blair

  NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence Grant  2013 - 2018  $2.5M 

Resonance: A digital media art work for cooperative group interaction in the rehabilitation of acquired brain injury

Wilson, P., Thomas, P. (Griffith U.), Shum, D. (Griffith U.), & Duckworth, J. 

  ARC Linkage Grant  2012 - 2015

ARC: $100,000

Australia Council: $75,000 

The best service at the best time: Improving the implementation of research for children with cerebral palsy

C. Imms,I. Novak, D. Reddihough, K Graham, N. Shields, M Coory AI: A Crettenden, E Froude, A, Creighton, H Smithers-Sheedy, P Karlsson, A Harvey, S Foley 

  NHMRC Partnership Project Grant  2012 - 2016 $865,853 

The development of rapid online motor control in children

Wilson, P.,Piek, J. (Curtin U., WA), & Sugden, D. (U. Leeds, UK)

 
  ARC Discovery Grant 2010 - 2014  ARC: $390,000 

ELEMENTS — An Augmented Reality Workspace for Movement Rehabilitation of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Patients

Wilson, P.,Thomas, P. (Griffith U.), Shum, D. (Griffith U.), & Duckworth, J.

 
  ARC Linkage Grant  2006 - 2009 

ARC: $205,000

Australia Council: $60,000 

The development of feedforward mechanisms of motor control:The role of efference copy in motor skill development

Wilson, P., Thomas, P. (Griffith U.), & Maruff, P. (La Trobe U.)

  ARC Discovery Grant 2003 - 2005  ARC: $211,000 

Other Australian Government Grants (Category 2)

Project and names of CIs  Summary  Funding source  Duration Amount $ AUD 
RESONANCE    Australia Council, Synapse Grant  2012-2015 Australia Council: $75,000 

ELEMENTS — An Augmented Reality Workspace for Movement Rehabilitation of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Patients

Wilson, P.,Thomas, P. (Griffith U.), Shum, D. (Griffith U.), & Duckworth, J. 

  Australia Council, Synapse Grant
2006 - 2009 Australia Council: 60,000

Philanthropic and Industry sectors, O/seas government bodies (Category 3)

Project and names of CIs   Summary  Funding source  Duration  Amount $ AUD 

The use of portable inertial measurement sensors to measure upper limb function in children with cerebral palsy: A validation and reliability study

T Grisbrook, C Elliott, S Williams,C Imms, M Randall, B Adair 

  Curtin University  2014 - 2015  $8000 

Improving function in cerebral palsy through motor imagery training

Williams, J., Reddihough, D.,Wilson, P.H., & Reid, S. 

  L.E.W. Carty Charitable Fund  2011 - 2013  $41,321

Improving the participation of youth with cerebral palsy in community activities: An evaluation

M. Law, D. Anaby,C. Imms 

  Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy, Canada  2011 - 2014  $23,455 (CAN)

RE-ACTION: Virtual Reality Augmented Workspace for Paediatric Rehabilitation

Green, D. (Evelina Hospital, London & Kings College, London), Lin, J-P. (Guys & St. Thomas? Hospital), &Wilson, P. 

  Guys & St. Thomas? NHS Foundation Trust, Londo  2009 - 2010 GSST (UK): £20,000 

Responsiveness of the Revised Melbourne Assessment of Unilateral Upper Limb Function

M Randall,C Imms

  Foundation for Children  2008 - 2010 $42,200 

Internal income

Project and names of CIs Summary Funding source  Duration  Amount $ AUD 
 Innovations in virtual-reality based rehabilitation of movement:Evaluation of interactive, table-top systems for key disorders
ACURF 
2014 - 2016   $545,000 
Minimising impairment: Multicentre randomized controlled trials of upper limb splinting for children with cerebral palsy
ACURF 
2014 - 2018   $775,000

 

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