On the 27th November, the Peter Couche Foundation hosted the Stroke Research Forum, which was supported by SAHMRI and the three universities, Adelaide, UniSA and Flinders..Read More
This full day Stroke Research Forum held on 3rd November 2016 was hosted by the Peter Couche Foundation and supported by SAHMRI and the three universities (Adelaide, UniSA and Flinders).
The workshop was based on an innovative new direction in stroke research in South Australia. As part of the Peter Couche Foundation to champion innovation in stroke we wanted to begin a dialogue....Read More
We are pleased to announce that the Foundation has committed to a three year top up scholarship in support of Annabel Sorby-Adams, PhD Candidate within the School of Medicine at the University of Adelaide.Read More
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In the sixth edition of the Peter Couche Foundation newsletter we announce our new home in the Faculty of Health Sciences at The University of Adelaide and provide an update on the stroke research our supporters have generously supported.Read More
In our fifth Research Update we learn how the Stroke Research team, led by Professor Simon Koblar, is one step closer to a clinical trial and read a personal message from Peter Couche about the future of The Foundation.
I would like to thank the Peter Couche Foundation for awarding me the inaugural Peter Couche Foundation FellowshipRead More
I spent some of the Australian summer working in the UK, at the University of Cambridge. On the way there I was in New Orleans for an American conference on stroke to discuss new ideas with colleagues on how stem cells work in the brainRead More
Friends and supporters of the foundation often ask me what the latest research developments are and how the foundation is goingRead More
Tom Harley, the Geelong Cats' dual-flag winning skipper, retired from football in 2009 leaving behind one of the best captaincy records in AFL historyRead More