CliniKids is a not-for-profit centre integrating world-class research with a clinical service for children with developmental delay and/or an autism diagnosis, and their families. It is the first of its kind for autism in Australia.
One of the unique aspects of CliniKids is the integration of clinical services with cutting-edge research. Our exceptional team of researchers work in collaboration with our clinicians to give the community access to the world's best evidence-based therapies.
Congratulations to Professor Andrew Whitehouse for being named a finalist in the prestigious Premier’s Science Awards, which were announced recently.
Professor Whitehouse was a finalist in the Scientist of the Year category for his internationally recognised autism research and advocacy.
He sat among a field of outstanding researchers, including the eventual winner, Hackett Professor Kadambot Siddique AM from The University of Western Australia, who is a renowned agricultural scientist who promotes sustainable agriculture and addresses global food security.
Find out more about the Scientist of the Year category winner and finalists here. Telethon Kids Institute had several researchers take home awards in other categories. Find out more.