Researchers from HMRI and the University of Newcastle are looking to recruit teenagers for an Australian first, two nation study, into what food marketing teenagers are exposed to on their social media.
An online intervention and e-health program to help families and friends supporting loved ones who use crystal methamphetamine (‘ice’) has expanded to cover any type of substance addiction, including alcohol.
Medical researchers from around Australia, along with people impacted by brain cancer, will benefit from the research grants announced by the Mark Hughes Foundation last night at the Hunter Medical Research Institute Annual Awards Night.
The Hunter’s researchers and their community supporters gathered with representatives from Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI), the University of Newcastle, and HNE Local Health District to virtually celebrate and honour medical research excellence at the annual HMRI Awards Night – HMRI 2020 - on Thursday (November 12) night.
The region’s health and medical researchers making a difference to the lives of local kids and their families, and research supporters, were honoured at the Hunter Children’s Research Foundation’s (HCRF) annual awards night on Thursday October 29.
Australia’s largest and longest operating women’s health survey has secured $8.5m in funding.
The Federal Government Department of Health funding will support the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) for another three years.