With a stroke, every minute counts.

The Royal Melbourne Hospital Neurology & Stroke Service is an internationally recognised centre for world-class patient care, specialty and subspecialty training, and clinical research. Our Mobile Stroke Unit provides rapid diagnosis and treatment for patients suffering a stroke.

About us

Find out more about who we are and what we do

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We offer a range of exciting career choices for health professionals.
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Clinical trials

We conduct research to develop new treatments or to decide which is the best available treatment or care. We focus on prevalent neurological conditions, such as dementia, Parkinson's diseases, MND, spinal cord injury and stroke.

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A stroke happens when the blood supply to your brain is stopped. It can be caused by a blocked or burst artery. Every 19 minutes, a person in Australia will suffer a stroke. 

We conduct research in stroke and neurosciences. If you'd like to support our research work, donate now.

Latest news & events

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A hard act to swallow – how Greg bounced back from a stroke of misfortune
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Professor Bruce Campbell
New study finds thrombectomy benefits patients with large ischaemic strokes
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Stentrode device and matchstick
Brain interface proves to be safe and effective
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New study suggests acute stroke treatment is influenced by ethnicity and race
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Severity of MS linked to distance from the equator
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Mobile Stroke Unit (MSU) parked in front of the RMH Parkville entrance
World-first clot-busting drug trial improves patient care on Mobile Stoke Unit
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Parkinson's cell biology microscopic
Growing brain cells for a Parkinson’s cure
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Mobile Stroke Unit delivers life-saving treatment to 34-year-old mum
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Last updated 13 December 2022