Research Grants

Research Grants

Authors and Project

Gonsalvez, C.J., & Barry, R. (2012). Using event-related brain potentials (ERPs or brain waves) and autonomic measures to differentiate problem from non-problem gamblers. Research Unit, Office of Gaming and Racing, Department of Justice Victoria.

Amount

$86,959


Authors and Project

Croft RJ, Finnie J, Wood A, Yarovsky I, Blumbergs P, Martinac B, Ivanova E, Vink R, Taylor N, Elwood M. “Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research”.

Grant Type

NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence (2013-17) (#1042464).

Amount

$2,498,842


Authors and Project

Croft, Abramson, Cosic, Finnie, McKenzie, Wood. “Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research – Interim Grant”.

Grant Type

NHMRC Strategic Research Development Grant (#154905x).

Amount

$154,000


Authors and Project

Nestec (Switzerland): The acute effects of decaffeinated coffee on brain activity and cognitive function in a healthy older population (CIs: Croft RJ, Stough C, Scholey A). 2008-9.

Amount

$115000


Authors and Project

Electricity Power Research Institute (USA): RF effects on the EEG and thermoregulation (CI: Croft). 2012-2013.

Grant Type

Amount

$125,000


Authors and Project

Solowij, N., Croft, R., Todd, J., Fernandez, F., Michie, P., McGuire, P., Murray, R., Johnstone, S. J., Tooney, P., Zuardi, A. (2011-2013). Vulnerability markers in the association between cannabis and schizophrenia.

Grant Type

NHMRC Project

Amount

$499,006


Authors and Project

Ciarrochi, J., Heaven, P. C., Jackson, C. J., Johnstone, S. J., Leeson, P. R., Caltabiano, N. J. (2011-13). A longitudinal study into the development of personal vulnerabilities and well-being in adolescence.

Grant Type

ARC Discovery

Amount

$264,000


Authors and Project

Abramson M, Benke G, Croft RJ, Sim M (2010-2013). Do mobile phones affect cognitive development in children?

Grant Type

NHMRC Project Grant

Amount

$530,000


Authors and Project

Johnstone, S. J. (2009). Development of a portable EEG device for research.

Grant Type

URC Research Partnerships Grant

Amount

$16,000


Authors and Project

Croft RJ, Fitzgerald PB, Nathan, PJ, Johnstone PJ, Kulkarni J, Michie PT. (2009-2011). Tailoring Adjunct Glycine Therapy in Schizophrenia.

Grant Type

NHMRC Project Grant

Amount

$444,900


Authors and Project

Wiedermann PM, Barnett J, Clauberg M, Croft RJ, Kemp R, Gutteling J, Kikkawa T. (2008-2009). Mobile communication technology: an international study of the impacts of precautionary measures on risk perception and trust.

Grant Type

GSM Association (London) Research Project Grant

Amount

$150,000


Authors and Project

Croft RJ, Anderson V, McKenzie R, McIntosh R. (2008-2009). RF Thermal Response: Literature Review, Parameters Sensitivity and SAR vs. Temperature Distributions.

Grant Type

Mobile Manufacturers Forum, Geneva; GSM Association

Amount

$235,000


Authors and Project

Barry, R. J., et al. (2009). High-speed infrared pupilometer

Grant Type

Research Infrastructure Block Grant (Pool 2)

Amount

$44,000


Authors and Project

Gonsalvez, CJ, Blaszczynski, A., Clarke, A.R. (2008-2011). Problem Gambling: Can subtle physiological reactions to wins and losses help identify the problem gambler?

Grant Type

ARC Linkage Grant

Amount

$106,881


Authors and Project

Cosic, Abramson, Croft, Finnie, McKenzie, Wood. (2004-2008). Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research.

Grant Type

NHMRC Strategic Research Development Grant

Amount

$2,500,000


Authors and Project

Johnstone, S. J. & Roodenrys, S. (2007). Development of a cognitive training intervention for the treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Grant Type

URC Small Grant

Amount

$12,000


Authors and Project

Barry, R. J. & Clarke, A. R. (2007). Identification of EEG signals in response to pharmacotherapy in AD/HD: Predicting clinical responsiveness and outcome.

Grant Type

Pfizer Australia

Amount

$220,000


Authors and Project

Barry, R. J. (2007-2010). The role of preferred brain states in perceptual and cognitive processing: New insights into brain dynamics.

Grant Type

ARC Discovery Project

Amount

$267,000


Authors and Project

Croft RJ, McKenzie R, Anderson V, McIntosh R, Iskra S. (2005-2006). Australian Centre for Radio Frequency Bioeffects Research (ACRBR) Dosimetry, Standards and Protocols Research Program.

Grant Type

Mobile Manufacturers Forum, Geneva

Amount

$255,000


Authors and Project

Croft RJ. (2005-2006). Comparison of Techniques for the Removal of Ocular Artefact from the Electroencephalogram: A Validation Study.

Grant Type

ARC Discovery Grant

Amount

$102,000


Authors and Project

Barry, R. J., Clarke, A, R. & Johnstone, S. J. (2005). Exploring the brain mechanisms underlying hyperactivity in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

Grant Type

ARC Discovery Grant

Amount

$175,000


Authors and Project

Barry, R.J., Clarke, A.R., Johnstone, S. (2005). Arousal versus Activation: A psychophysiological clarification of the energetics of attentional processing in AD/HD.

Grant Type

URC Discovery Projects Near Miss Grant

Amount

$15,000


Authors and Project

Clarke, A., Barry, R., Heaven, P. & Byrne, M. (2005). A Ten Year Follow-up of the Efficacy of Methylphenidate for the Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

Grant Type

Novartis Pharmaceuticals

Amount

$29,810


Authors and Project

Johnstone, S. J., Clarke, A., Barry, R. (2005). A replacement EEG recording system for ARC-funded ADHD and other research.

Grant Type

Research Infrastructure Block Grant (Pool 2)

Amount

$28,000


Authors and Project

Clarke, A. R. (2005-2007). Validation of a New Conceptual Model of ADHD based on Underlying Central Nervous System Dysfunction.

Grant Type

ARC Discovery Project

Amount

$135,000


Authors and Project

Johnstone, S. J. (2005-07). Disinhibition in Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A behavioural and psychophysiological investigation.

Grant Type

ARC Discovery Project

Amount

$150,000


Authors and Project

Solowij, N., Roodenrys, S. & Johnstone, S. J. (2005). Impacts upon daily mental functioning caused by varying patterns of cannabis use

Grant Type

University Research Committee small grant

Amount

$8,000

Last reviewed: 8 June, 2016

Related Links

Australasian Society for Psychophysiology

Research Links

Early Start Research Institute Illawarra Institute for Mental Health Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute