Source: Mardi Shepherd ARH 2020/21 Rotary 9820 District Chair.
Is your club interested in supporting Australian Rotary Health here are some projects you might like to support which help Fund Significant Research?
    Funded by Australian Rotary Health PhD candidate Frank Mobilio will explore the links between neuroinflammation and comorbid Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). 
    A sleep program for parents of pre-schoolers may prevent mental health problems in their child occurring later in life, according to new Australian Rotary Health (ARH) funded research.
    The findings from a PhD research project that received funding from Australian Rotary Health have been used to inform national social media suicide prevention campaign #YouCanTalk.
    A PhD Scholar funded by Australian Rotary Health has researched how genetic mutations may lead to the development of blood cancer and what makes this type of cancer more aggressive. 
    A new research study funded by Australian Rotary Health is the first of its kind to show that oxytocin nasal spray may produce unexpected social effects in patients with Anorexia Nervosa.
    An Australian Rotary Health (ARH) funded study has found clear differences in the way a brain functions in a person experiencing suicidal thoughts.
    These are a few of the research programmes that ARH is currently supported.  If you would like to find out more information, go to their website and search under donations.