Rugby Union is one of the world's most popular team sports, played by approx. 10 million players from 128 countries worldwide. Like many contact sports, sports-related concussion is a growing concern amongst players, clubs and families.
HMRI pregnancy and reproductive health experts Distinguished Laureate Professor Roger Smith, Professor Craig Pennell and Dr Jonathan Paul answer the important questions about preterm birth
Gillian Mason, Manager for Stroke Research Register (Hunter) & Clinical Research Assistant, Centre for Rehab Innovations, University of Newcastle and HMRI, has been recognised as an inaugural 2021 Brilliant Women in Digital award recipient.
The HMRI Foundation invite you to the HMRI Foundation Art Exhibition and Auction
World Science Day for Peace and Development highlights the significant role of science in society and the need to engage the broader public in debates on emerging scientific issues. The day also underlines the relevance of science in our daily lives.
This year, World Science Day will highlight the importance of ‘Building Climate-Ready Communities’ and, in this way, connect science more closely with society.
Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) and University of Newcastle researchers will explore new stroke prevention therapies, preterm birth interventions and a dual approach to breast cancer treatment with the support of $4.5m in National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Ideas grants.
Join us for our final community seminar for 2021, as we hear more about the research being conducted here in the Hunter to understand and solve the mysteries of preterm birth, as well as the discoveries that have been made on the pathway to prevention.
Researchers at HMRI may have solved why obese people can suffer more severe asthma which is resistant to normal treatments; to potentially develop new symptom reducing treatments.