CSRH successful in the latest round of NHMRC grants

| 13 Nov 2015

CSRH was represented on two successful National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants in the latest round of funding.

Professor Carla Treloar is a chief investigator on a Partnership Grant of more than $1.25 million led by Associate Professor Jason Grebely of the Kirby Institute. This grant, ETHOSII, follows from ETHOSI and will develop further models of care for hepatitis C treatment in non-traditional settings.

The second grant is led by Associate Professor James Ward of the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI). Carla is part of a large, multidisciplinary team investigating methamphetamine use in Aboriginal communities.

> Read about other UNSW projects that have received major backing in the latest round of NHMRC grants.

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