The HRGV represents a collaboration of scientific and clinical investigators from academic, clinical and research centres. We meet on a regular basis to keep our partnerships engaged, active, and ongoing.
Collectively, we provide clinical and support services, and advocate on behalf of people impacted by HD. We conduct world-class research to improve what we know about HD and how we treat it.
Learn more about our various members below.
Monash University was established in Melbourne, Australia in 1958. We are a youthful organisation, enthusiastic, optimistic and accessible. We believe quality education and research can change the world for the better.Read More
The University of Melbourne
Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, learning and teaching and engagement.
Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH)
The Royal Melbourne Hospital is recognised as a world renowned institution, not only providing outstanding care and treatment, but improving the outcomes for all through a comprehensive medical research program, and the training of our future health professionals.
Calvary Health Care Bethlehem (CHCB)
Calvary Health Care Bethlehem (CHCB) is a not for profit sub-acute health service funded by the Victorian Department of Health. The Huntington’s disease clinic provides neurological assessment and management, and coordinates referrals to appropriate allied health, nursing and social support services within the neurology unit.Read More
Huntington’s Victoria provides the only specialist service in Victoria for people with Huntington’s Disease (HD). They provide information and advice to help people with HD and their familiest to make decision about their care. They also serve other functions such as connecting people to services and support they require.Read More
Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
The Florey is the largest brain research group in the Southern Hemisphere and is one of the world’s top five brain research centres. It is led by professor Anthony Hannan and its teams work on a range of serious diseases including Huntington's disease, stroke, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and motor neurone diseases, depression and addiction.Read More