Despite the challenges of 2020, our researchers continue to find answers thanks to the generosity of HMRI supporters.
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Join us on Thursday July 9 from 6pm for another great HMRI virtual event where we gain an insight into the importance of eliminating the gap in Indigenous health and the work that’s being done here in the Hunter to benefit communities nationwide.
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Meet some of our medical research heroes @ HMRI’s Annual Researchers of the Year event.
At HMRI, the health and wellbeing of our community is at the heart of all we do. In the past weeks and throughout our current situation we have a dedicated team monitoring and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic as it develops to ensure we are addressing the needs of our immediate network of staf
Elizabeth Sullivan MBBS MPH MMed MD FAFPHM is a Professor of Public Health and Acting Pro Vice Chancellor, Faculty of Health and Medicine at the University of Newcastle and Research Leader of Custodial Health at the Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network. Her previous appointments include Assistant Deputy Vice Chancellor Research and Distinguished Professor Public Health at the University of Technology Sydney and Professor Perinatal and Reproductive Health and Director AIHW National Perinatal Statistics and Epidemiology Unit at the University of New South Wales.
Join as we hear from world-leading experts in gut health about the microbiome, digestion and the delicate relationship between gut health and mental health.
Bushfires have devastated communities, impacted air quality across vast areas, destroyed wildlife and bushland on a scale not previously recorded.