CMT Research in Asian Oceanic Region

Australia's Assoc. Professor Marina Kennerson and Professor Joshua Burns have joined a network of clinicians and scientists in the Asian Oceanic region.  The Asian Oceanic region represents a large portion of the world's population and in 2016 the Asian Oceanic Inherited Neuropathy Consortium (AOINC) was established. [...]

2020-05-04T11:55:15+09:30December 19, 2018|

Fundraising for CMTAA

Can you assist CMT research by helping with Fund Raising? Researchers and scientists around Australia frequently contact CMT Australia for desperately needed funds to assist them in finding a cure for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease or what it is more commonly known as CMT. CMT is [...]

2020-05-17T13:03:40+09:30March 11, 2017|

Professor Robert Ouvrier Honoured

Our very good CMTAA friend, Professor Robert Ouvrier, has been awarded the Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) in today's Australia Day Honours. His citation reads: "for eminent service to medicine, particularly to the discipline of paediatric neurology, through pioneering efforts in neuromuscular research, [...]

2020-05-04T11:59:50+09:30January 26, 2016|

Clinical Practice Guidelines

CMT related Clinical Practice Guidelines for Medical and Allied Health Professionals CMT - Why Feet Matter This resource is the first in a series that have been developed by Prof Josh Burns  and the Centre for Research Excellence in Neuromuscular Disorders. They have developed the [...]

2020-05-04T12:00:23+09:30September 7, 2015|

CMT Specific Survey

Good News The CMT specific survey titled "A SURVEY OF COST-UTILITY, WELLBEING AND MANAGEMENT" has now been completed. A big THANK YOU to all who gave of their time and CMT experience to contribute to the survey and who also participated in the very [...]

2020-05-04T12:00:40+09:30March 19, 2015|


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