Leading research for life changing results
In a remarkable act of altruism, Newcastle schoolgirl Lillian Harding decided last Christmas not to ask for presents – instead she wanted money to donate to cancer research through HMRI.
What grows more bugs – a dog’s mouth or a toilet?
Aerobic Exercise and Consecutive Task-specific Training – is a pilot study run by University of Newcastle/HMRI stroke rehabilitation researchers.
There’s just a few days left until the Hunter Medical Research Institute opens its doors to the high-tech world of medical research and health science with the 2015 Open Day on Friday, September 25.
John Hunter Children’s Hospital has participated in a landmark international study dedicated to investigating a rare liver condition.
University of Newcastle researchers have won two categories awards at the national 2015 CAPHIA Awards announced last week.
A new website was established by the Hunter Cancer Research Alliance to promote the long-term benefits of storing cancer material for future research use.
Researchers at the University of Newcastle are recruiting for a new trial investigating a condition called ‘shoulder impingement syndrome.
Schools, businesses and community groups are invited to hold a ‘Type Onesie Day’ to support local research with the Australian Artificial Pancreas Program (AAPP).
Hunter researchers will be teaming up with Australia’s first Single-Cell Genomics Centre of Excellence, which was officially opened today in a joint venture co-funded by the University of Newcastle.
Nutrition researchers at the University of Newcastle need your help with a new study into men’s body shape, size and composition.