Hunter medical researchers were honoured last night for their lifesaving, life-changing research into children's terminal and debilitating illnesses.
The HMRI Awards are a celebration of the outstanding efforts and achievements of individuals and teams who drive and support the opportunities that health and medical research bring to the wellbeing of our community.
Two University of Newcastle and Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) researchers received awards at the Research Australia Awards last night.https://hmri.org.au/researchers/tracy-dudding-byth
HMRI-affiliated heart researcher Associate Professor Aaron Sverdlov has received a NSW Ministerial Award for Rising Stars in Cardiovascular Research.
The Hunter Region’s most prestigious medical research award was presented tonight to a prolific, multidisciplinary epidemiologist working in fields as diverse as asthma, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, mental health, public health and stroke.
The winners of the 2022 Hunter Medical Research Institute awards were announced last night at NEX in Newcastle in front of friends, families, HMRI staff and supporters. With $90,000 in prize money on offer, the HMRI Awards honour the best overall researcher, mid-career researcher, early career researcher and research team.
The 2013 HMRI Through the Lens photographic competition has been run and won, with two shots showing the stunningly beautiful world of science under the microscope scooping the respective categories.