Monash University

Grantee Website Clayton, Australia
Purpose
to improve the stability of an oxytocin inhalant powder and further characterize the effectiveness of oxytocin delivered to the lungs for possible use as a treatment for post-partum bleeding.
Division
Global Development
Year Awarded
2012
Region Served
GLOBAL
Committed Amount
$999,987
Grant Topic
Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health
Duration (Months)
30
Grantee Location
Clayton, Australia

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