2018-2020 NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) APP1139041 (Kaylene Young, Carlie Cullen, Jennifer Rodger) Using Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation to Promote Myelin Repair in the Central Nervous System.
2018-2020 ARC (Australian Research Council) DP180101494 (Kaylene Young, Jennifer Rodger, Gaetan Burgio) How do myelinating cells alter brain circuits to facilitate learning?
2017 – 2021 ARC ITTC (Industrial Transformation Training Centres) IC170100016. Stewart, Pfleger, Voelcker, Pébay, Dottori, Lee, Elnathan, O’Connor, Rodger, Palaniswami, Doyle, Kennedy, Kameneva, Heng, Sercombe, Pouton, Zheng, Mangum, Volery, ARC Training Centre for Personalised Therapeutics Technologies, ITTC 2016. $667,885; $865,613; $987,649; $567,469; $327,737
2017 NRP (Neurotrauma Research Program) Kaylene Young, Carlie Cullen, Jennifer Rodger. Enhancing activity to drive myelin repair in a Preclinical Model of Multiple Sclerosis. MS Research Australia. $170,000 • 2017 Rodger. Interaction of brain state with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation to promote brain repair. AUS$ 97,428
2017 Medical Research Foundation. Etherton-Beer, Rosenberg, Rodger, Shaykevich, Vallence. Music and Movement Rhythm Training Using a Novel Mobile-Phone App. $18,000 Pre-clinical assessment of the neuroprotective efficacy of arginine-rich peptides in neurotrauma injury models. Meloni/Knuckey/Hodgetts/Cross. 2016: $113,636. Neurotrauma Research Program of WA.