Monash University

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.


Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences is the University's largest research faculty and has established a reputation for the quality and impact of its research in health care and the biosciences. Beyond basic science we have a very clear focus on translational research: taking our frontier scientific discoveries and converting these into measurable human health benefits.

Neurosciences and Mental Health

The School of Psychological Sciences has a comprehensive research program, and home to a number of research centres and institutes.

The Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre (MAPrc), one of Australia's largest clinical research centres in psychiatry, conducts world class research to improve the lives of people suffering from serious mental illnesses.

The Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences (MICCN) aims to improve the understanding of the human brain through innovative research approaches. It is the largest institute of its kind in Australia and the largest grouping of cognitive and clinical neuroscientists in the Asia-Pacific region.

Our Neuroscience and Neurology Research Group at Monash Health conducts a broad spectrum of research from clinical to laboratory science. Research expertise includes stroke and ageing, movement disorders and epilepsy.

About HRGV

HRGV aims to advance knowledge about the cause(s), pathogenesis, clinical and social impacts of Huntington’s disease and related disorders and to develop and implement scientific strategies promising therapeutic and psychosocial interventions.

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Participants Required

We require participants for our numerous studies. Most studies offer some form of compensation for your time. Please take some time to look at our available studies here and help us improve treatment outcomes for people with Huntington's Disease. You can also sign up for our Participant Registry and be kept up to date with research projects that are relevant to you!

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