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Ralph and Patricia Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute (SNRI)

The construction of the $37.7 million, five-level, 8,900 square meter Ralph and Patricia Sarich Neuroscience Research Institute (SNRI) building commenced in February 2015 and includes assessment and treatment rooms, tissue culture laboratories and facilities for neuro science research, physiology research, experiments and cryogenic archival storage.

The SNRI would not exist if not for the generosity of the Sarich family who donated $20 million towards the project. The State Government contributed $5 million while $7.2 million was received in Lotterywest grants, $3.5 million was provided by Curtin University, and $1 million was received from the Wheatley family and from the University of Western Australia.

Designed to accommodate four (4) of the State’s premier neurological research organisations, the SNRI was officially opened by Her Excellency, the Hon Kerry Sanderson AC, Governor of Western Australia on 26 April 2017. It marks the start of an exciting era in world-class neuroscience research in Western Australia.

The SNRI building creates an environment that fosters research of various neuroscience related diseases to improve the health of the community.

It is the SNRI’s strong contention that the best approach to developing world class medical research is through fostering collaboration, complementary expertise and shared facilities including specialised equipment.

 

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