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New study looks at efficacy of drug treatment in males with Tourette syndrome

06 July 2021

Researchers at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) will be evaluating the safety and efficacy of a new drug treatment for adult males with Tourette Syndrome (TS) requiring drug treatment therapy.

An insider’s guide to your insides by the RMH Neurology registrar, Dr Sarah Holper

28 June 2021

To put patients and families at ease and to veer away from the use of Dr Google, neurology registrar at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH), Dr Sarah Holper wrote a book to help explain what exactly is going on with our bodies titled: What’s Wrong With You?

Prof Stephen Davis recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

14 June 2021

Internationally renowned stroke expert and co-founder of Australia’s first Mobile Stroke Unit (MSU), Professor Stephen Davis AO, has been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Up, up and away…mobile brain scans to transform urgent stroke care

26 February 2021

Work is underway to create world-first light, portable brain scanners so more Australians have rapid access to real-time stroke treatment.

Neuropsychologist receives Post-Doctoral Fellowship to advance MS research

21 January 2021

Dr Charles Malpas aims to address the gap in knowledge on the variants of cognitive impairment among Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients with a substantial MS Research Australia grant.

The RMH Neurology Fellow wins Stephen Davis Award

20 November 2020

The RMH Neurology Fellow Dr Izanne Roos has been awarded The Stephen Davis Award for Outstanding Fellow of the Year.

Professor Bruce Campbell awarded the prestigious Woodward Medal in Science and Technology

05 November 2020

Professor Bruce Campbell, Head of stroke and Interim Head of Neurology at the Royal Melbourne Hospital has been awarded the Woodward Medal in Science and Technology from the University of Melbourne.

Small brain device proves big game changer for severely paralysed patients

29 October 2020

A tiny device the size of a small paperclip has been shown to help patients with upper limb paralysis to text, email and even shop online in the first human trial.

World-first MS research can delay disease progression

16 June 2020

A new world-first method to help doctors predict which patients are at risk of developing an aggressive form of multiple sclerosis has been uncovered.

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