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Grant Award View - GA28700

Elucidating the roles of steroid receptors in mitochondria

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GA ID:
GA28700
Agency:
Australian Research Council
Approval Date:
27-Nov-2018
Publish Date:
18-Dec-2018
Category:
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Research
Grant Term:
26-Aug-2019 to 26-Aug-2022
Original: 1-Jan-2019 to 31-Dec-2021
Value (AUD):
$441,000.00 (GST inclusive where applicable)
Variations:

Ad hoc/One-off:
No
Aggregate Grant Award:
No

PBS Program Name:
ARC 18/19 Discovery
Grant Program:
Discovery Projects
Grant Activity:
Elucidating the roles of steroid receptors in mitochondria
Purpose:
This project aims to elucidate the roles of newly discovered steroid receptors in the functions of mitochondria. The project will characterise their impact on cellular respiration, oxidative stress, and the induction of inflammation. By defining these processes in the healthy state and in response to common environmental challenges of infection and smoke exposure, the project will characterise the fundamental biology of entirely new processes of how normal body hormones and administered steroids may function. This may eventually lead to new and more effective ways to control inflammation that will have significant benefits to mammalian health and improve health care and agriculture outcomes.

GO ID:
GO Title:
Discovery Projects commencing in 2019
Internal Reference ID:
DP19 Round 1
Selection Process:
Targeted or Restricted Competitive

Confidentiality - Contract:
No
Confidentiality - Outputs:
No

Grant Recipient Details

Recipient Name:
University of Technology Sydney
Original: The University of Newcastle
Recipient ABN:
77 257 686 961
Original: 15 736 576 735

Grant Recipient Location

Suburb:
BROADWAY
Town/City:
BROADWAY
Postcode:
2007
State/Territory:
NSW
Country:
AUSTRALIA

Grant Delivery Location

State/Territory:
NSW
Postcode:
2007
Country:
AUSTRALIA

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02 6281 6600

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