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Metro South Health Announces 2022 Research Grants

23 November 2021

Recipients of the 2022 MSH Research Grants were announced last night during a special function at the Translational Research Institute, located at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Healthcare treatments and therapies we have today are built on years of effort by dedicated and innovative health researchers. But there’s still more to do! Last night $3.5M in research grants was awarded to 45 recipients.

These research grants support vital health research across our service and are made possible thanks to the invaluable contributions of our research grant sponsors Metro South SERTA, PA Research Foundation, Griffith University, Queensland University of Technology and The University of Queensland.

Congratulations to all our recipients!

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Last updated 24 November 2021
Last reviewed 23 November 2021

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