Tasmanian research into cardiovascular disease and multiple sclerosis is among several key projects sharing in more than $4 million in the latest National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants round. The University of Tasmania’s College of Health and Medicine and Menzies Institute for Medical Research secured funding for four projects. Three NHMRC Investigator Grants were awarded, totalling more than $3 million, and Menzies’ Professor James Sharman received more than $1 million in the NHMRC Partnership Project round. College of Health and Medicine Executive Dean Professor Denise Fassett congratulated all of the successful recipients announced today. “These funding results help to support vital research for the benefit of the Tasmanian community,” Professor Fassett said. “Our expertise and research excellence across key areas in health, including multiple sclerosis and cardiovascular disease, is focussed on providing better health outcomes for Tasmania and beyond. “Through our research, the College is committed to […]