BBDF & BDSRA Australia are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Research Grant round, with a total of over $120,000 awarded to three projects.

Congratulations to chief investigators Lottie Morison from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute who has been awarded $13,950 for work in characterizing speech and language deficits in Batten disease; Dr. Nadia Mitchell from Lincoln University NZ awarded $54,545 for her continued work in CLN5 and CLN6 gene therapy; and Assoc. Professor Tony Cook from the University of Tasmania was awarded $53,612 for his continued work in CLN3 stem cell models.

The Beyond Batten Disease Foundation is a proud partner to co-fund Prof. Cook’s grant this year.