Wesley Medical Research recognises distinguished neurology researchers

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Ten researchers specialising in the treatment and management of neurological diseases have been awarded for their contribution to improving the care and quality of life of patients at the Wesley Medical Research Neurology Achievements Function on Thursday 2 March.

The neuroscientists were awarded for researching new therapies and management techniques that may slow the progression of neurological diseases.

Emeritus Professor Mervyn Eadie AO was presented with a Lifetime Achievement award.

Senior Research Fellowship awards were presented to Professor Pamela McCombe, Professor John O’Sullivan, Professor Rob Henderson and Dr Noel Saines.

Dr Susanna Mantovani, Dr Richard Gordon, Dr Trent Woodruff, Dr Shyuan Ngo and Dr Frederik Steyn were recognised as Emerging Leaders in Neurology Research.


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