Researchers need people who have had a stroke to share their experiences. They want to find out about your current health and well-being, and about the type of treatment and care you received after your stroke.
The HMRI Building will be closing down over the Christmas and New Year period from 5pm 24th December 2019 to 8am 2nd January 2020.
Mark Hughes Foundation has extended the list of brain cancer research projects it’s supporting, awarding eight new innovation grants totalling $1.6 million.
Find out all the winners from the HMRI Awards Night 2019.
Professor Frances Kay-Lambkin is a nationally renowned mental health trailblazer who leads a global team of researchers, clinicians and industry partners in supporting patients who have concurrent mental health, alcohol and drug problems.
As a member of the Hunter New England Population Health group, Associate Professor Wolfenden has attracted more than $22 million in grant income from highly competitive national and international schemes while authoring more than 300 journal manuscripts – 40 in this year alone.
Associate Professor Stephen Smith is a highly regarded colorectal surgeon who serves as Director of the Hunter Surgical Clinical Research Unit at John Hunter Hospital while maintaining an almost full clinical workload.