Dr Grundy is an emerging leader in the field of Neurourology, having established an internationally recognised research program identifying the functional classes of afferents that innervate the bladder, and the channels and receptors underlying their function in health and chronic pain states. Dr Grundy has a proven track record, with high impact publications in journals such as Nature, Pain, JCI insight, Scientific Reports, and the American Journal of Physiology. He also has invited reviews published in Annual Reviews of Physiology, American Journal of Phsyiology, and Frontiers in Autonomic Neuroscience.
Flinders Foundation Health Seed Grant 2019
Flinders University Impact Seed Funding for Early Career Researchers 2019
Centre for Neuroscience small grants 2019
American Urological Association travel award 2019
Flinders University Early Career Research Investigator Award 2018
Federation of Neurogastroenterology and Motility Young Investigator Award 2018
United European Gastroenterology Young Investigator Award 2016
Digestive Diseases Week Young Investigator Award 2016
Member of the organsing committee for the ASCEPT 2019 scientific meeting.
Member of the organising committee for the 2020 Little Brain Big Brain scientific meeting.
Secretary of the Neuropharmacology ASCEPT special interest group.
Treasurer of Connectome Project Adelaide
Committee member of the Adelaide Protein Group
Category B member of the SAHMRI Animal Ethics committee
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