Gary W Thickbroom

[Grants]

2014 Requested (2015-7)
National Health and Medical Research Council. $760,000. Modulating brain plasticity with non-invasive brain stimulation can augment motor rehabilitation after stroke

2014 
University of Western Australia NHMRC near-miss award. $70,000. Modulating brain plasticity with non-invasive brain stimulation can augment motor rehabilitation after stroke

2014
Neurotrauma Research Program.  $76,995. Augmenting Stroke Rehabilitation with Non-invasive Brain Stimulation

2013-2017
National Institutes of Health, USA. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and upper limb robotic therapy in rehabilitation after stroke. Consulting Investigator.

2008-2010
Neurotrauma Research Program.  $75,000. A comparison of non-invasive interventions to maximise plasticity in the brain

2007-2009
Neurotrauma Research Program. $67,000. Using magnetic brain stimulation to help recovery after spinal cord injury

2005-2006
Neurotrauma Research Program. $53,000. Can interventional brain stimulation improve motor performance after stroke?

2002-2003
Neurotrauma Research Program. $50,000. Neural reorganisation and recovery of function after brain injury and motor cortex lesions.

2001-2003
National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. $363,000. Neurophysiological basis for sensorimotor interventions in rehabilitation after stroke.

2001
Medical Research Fund of Western Australia. $35,000. Traumatic Brain Injury: physiological studies of the corticomotor pathways.

1998-2000
National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. $157,824. Reorganisation of cortical motor centres following recovery from ischaemic stroke.

1998-1999
Medical Research Fund of Western Australia. $70,000. Physiological studies of motor recovery following brain injury early in life.

1995-1997
National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. $109,179. Physiological correlates of recovery after ischaemic strokes involving the pyramidal pathway.

1993-1994
Medical Research Fund of Western Australia.  $50,000. Physiological studies of the motor cortex in dystonia.

1993
Parkinson’s Association, $3,000. Quantitative assessment of motor function in Parkinson’s disease.

1990-1993
Neuromuscular Foundation. $100,000. Establish the Brain Research Laboratory.