Current successful grants:

NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence for improving the Immediate and Longer-Term Health Outcomes of Preterm Infants (2013).
CI’s: Prof Jane Pillow,Prof Karen Simmer, Prof Sanjay Patole, Dr. Tobias Strunk, A/Prof Timothy Moss, Prof. David Burgner, A/Prof Andrew Whitehouse, Prof. Susan Prescott and A/Prof Andrew Gill.
AI’s include Prof. Mike Anderson, A/Prof Noel French from the KEMH neonatal intensive care unit and long term Project KIDS partner; as well as Dr. Andrew Currie from Immunology at Murdoch University. Value $2.49 million.

Reid, A., Anderson, M., Fox, A., Bayliss, D., French, N.,   Jones, T., Davies, S., Campbell, C. (2013) Evaluation of the Project KIDS clinical simulation training in paediatric neurodevelopmental assessment for Psychology graduates. Department of Health, WA, Clinical Simulation Support Unit. Value: $10,000

Bucks, R, Anderson, M., Starkstein S, MacPherson, S, & Della Sala, S. (2012-2015). Testing the Neurocognitive Basis of Dual Task Co -ordination Impairment in Alzheimers Disease – Defective Coordination Mechanism or Differences in Speed of Processing. ARC Discovery Project. Value: $236,000

C.Reid, M. Anderson, C.Campbell A. Fox & D. Bayliss. (2012 – 2013). Untangling the neurodevelopmental aetiologies and sequalae of prenatal risk, injury and illness in childhood. Telethon 7 Trust.

Current grant applications pending:

Fox, A.,   Bayliss, D., French, N., Campbell, C., Reid, C. (2013) Cerebral lateralization and learning difficulties in typically developing children and preterm school-aged children. ARC project grant Value: $158,790

Anderson, M., & Reid, C.(2013). Bean bags or brain science? The neurophysiological basis of intelligence in children.  ARC project grant Value: Approx $400,000

Previous successful grants (since 2000):

Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation Grant. (2010). Neurocognitive outcomes of children with type 1 diabetes mellitus With Ly, T., Jones, T., Anderson, M., & Davis, E..    $50K

Commonwealth Dept. of Employment, Education and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) (2009-2011). Evaluation of ALNF Early Childhood Language and Literacy Parent and Community Involvement Program (ECL&LPCIP) on Groote Eylandt, Northern Territory. Dr. Corinne Reid (Project KIDS), Dr. Jeff Nelson (Gnibi Indigenous Peoples College, Southern Cross University), Prof. Mike Anderson (UWA), Dr. Suzanne Dziurawiec (Murdoch), Dr. Catherine Campbell (Project KIDS). Value $208,000.

Aboriginal Education and Training Council (AETC)/ Department of Education and Training (DET) (2007-2009) Evaluating the Best Start program for children and families in the Mungullah Aboriginal Community. Parents and Schools Working Together Initiative. Dr Libby Lee and Dr. Corinne Reid. Murdoch University. Value $235,000

Murdoch Research Capacity Funds (2010). Is extremely preterm birth/low birth weight associated with a specific or a general cognitive deficit? Applying the methodology developed in Project K.I.D.S. (Kids Intellectual Development Study) to a group of primary school-aged children born premature. Dr. Simon Davies (Neurosciences) and Dr. Corinne Reid (Murdoch University). Value $7,000

Murdoch University Vice-Chancellor’s Development Fund (2008). “Seeing is believing”: A collaborative application of telepsychology services to adults, youth and children in rural and remote Western Australia. Dr. Corinne Reid, Dr. Susan Simpson, Dr. Suzanne Dziuraiwec, Dr. Angela Ebert, Robyn Bett, Mandy Browne, Lisa Richardson. Value $70,000

ARC large grant. (2006-2010). Maturation of the brain and the development of cognitive abilities.  With Dr A. Fox, Ms. C. Reid, & Prof. D. Bishop. $480,000.

NH&MRC large grant (2001- 2004).  Direct and indirect assessment of 5 ability structures underlying 7 categories of childhood psychopathology. With Assoc. Profs M. Dyck, J.Hallmeyer & Prof. D. Hay.  $261,500