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Experimental treatment for Parkinson’s disease Research study

This is a study of an experimental treatment (referred to as “study drug”) called CVL-751 as a possible treatment for Parkinson’s disease.


Possible treatment for Parkinson’s disease Research study

Cerevel Therapeutics has begun a study of an experimental drug called CVL-751 as a possible treatment for people with Parkinson’s disease. 


Spinal surgery performed using Victorian-first robotic machine News article

A new robotic scanner that significantly improves the accuracy of complex surgeries is being used at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) – the first at a public hospital in Australia.


Growing brain cells for a Parkinson’s cure News article

Today is World Parkinson's Day. The Royal Melbourne Hospital is passionate about advancing research and care for all movement disorders.


Research collaborations

We work with many multinational pharmaceutical, biotechnology and device companies, as well as contract research organisations to provide information to regulatory bodies such as the Therapeutic Goods Administration and the Food and Drug Administration.


Neuropsychiatry RMH Service

We diagnose and treat patients with symptoms and illnesses of the mind and brain, including complex neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders.


Neurology and Stroke RMH Service

The RMH Neurology & Stroke service is located at the RMH Parkville. Find out more about the Neurology & Stroke contact and location details.


Neurointervention RMH Service

We provide a 24/7 neurointerventional service for patients with neurological conditions such as aneurysm and stroke.


Breast Service RMH Service

The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Women's work together to deliver a full range of care for breast disease across all three hospitals.


Brain interface proves to be safe and effective News article

A device the size of a small paperclip, created to give people with severe paralysis the ability to communicate again, has been shown to be safe.

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