Can school based mindfulness programs prevent mental health problems in adolescents?

Chief Investigator: Professor Tracey Wade Funding Amount: $75,000 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Given one in four Australians aged 16-24 have a mental health condition1, schools are investing millions of dollars

On-line and in control: PEACH™ (Parenting, Eating and Activity for Child Health) Lifestyle

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Anthea Magarey, Professor Michelle Miller Funding Amount: $75,000 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Childhood obesity is a global problem with little evidence to inform practice. Our PEACH™

Identifying the pathological mechanism of childhood epilepsy and adolescent movement disorders caused by PRRT2 mutations

Chief Investigator: Dr James Hughes Funding Amount: $75,000 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview: Epilepsy and movement disorders are highly debilitating conditions that together affect approximately 3% of individuals at

Understanding the contribution of parental mosaicism to the causes of childhood genetic epilepsies.

Chief Investigator: Dr Sarah Heron Funding Amount: $75,000 Recipient: University of South Australia Overview: This project will help to accurately define the frequency of somatic mosaicism, that is, the presence

Studies into the mechanisms that progress protracted bacterial bronchitis to bronchiectasis in children, and therapeutic targeting of these processes

Chief Investigator: Professor Sandra Hodge Funding Amount: $75,000 Recipient: Hanson Institute Overview: Inadequate diagnosis and treatment of recurrent Protracted Bacterial Bronchitis (PBB) may lead to reduced lung function and lower