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NHMRC announces funding for 14 Australian health research centres

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A$35 million awarded for projects including Centre for Safe Air in Tasmania

Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council has announced A$35 million in funding for 14 Centres of Research Excellence.

The centres will each receive A$2.5m over five years, the NHMRC said. They include a centre for safe air at the University of Tasmania, a centre for speech disorders at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, a centre for urban Indigenous health research at the University of Queensland and a University of New South Wales-based centre tackling issues of “profiling, prediction and prevention” in relation to violent offences.

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