Perron Institute of Neurological and Translational Sciences

Organisational unit: Vice-Chancellery

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WANRI, the Western Australian Neuroscience Research Institute, is a medical research institute focusing on neurological conditions. It brings together a dedicated group of researchers and clinicians, many pre-eminent in their fields.

WANRI – or the Australian Neuromuscular Research Institute (ANRI) as it was formerly called – has a long tradition spread over more than 30 years of scientific innovation and discovery. This has led to major breakthroughs in our understanding of the origins of neurological disorders and provided insights into the diagnosis and treatment of this debilitating group of diseases. WANRI continues to inspire, training the next generation of researchers though the supervision of graduate and postgraduate students.

WANRI’s research is grouped into four themes; Genetics, Neurobiology – which includes Stroke and Brain Cancer, Clinical Research and Restorative Neurology

The Institute is affiliated with The University of Western Australia's Centre for Neuromuscular and Neurological Disorders.  The Centre's research publications are available in this repository via a search by Centre name.

 

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