Leading research for life changing results
Three HMRI-aligned research projects made the winners’ list at the Hunter New England Health 2016 Excellence Awards.
The world-first DADEE program has successfully improved girls’ self-esteem, resilience, sport skills and physical activity levels.
The category winners of the prestigious HMRI Thru the Lens Photography Prize for 2016 have been named. See the best of almost 30 entries from the labs of HMRI to lakes of Nepal.
A heart attack treatment protocol pioneered in the Hunter New England Health district has been shown to significantly improve survival rates for people in regional and rural areas.
Hunter researchers have discovered new factors that may drive steroid resistance in severe asthma, which they hope could lead to a clinical breakthrough.
Former UON Chancellor Professor Trevor Waring AM, a distinguished clinical psychologist, has passed away after a battle with brain cancer.
From under the microscope and into community settings , HMRI researchers provide a snapshot of their work for the 2016 Thru the Lens Photography Prize.
Three young HMRI microscope pioneers have been announced as Eureka Prize finalists for Innovative Use of Technology.
Hunter researchers are recruiting for a study evaluating a new online version of the Australian Eating Survey assessment tool, which now gives live feedback.
A University of Newcastle study has recommended reforms to Indigenous health services after identifying systemic barriers that are hindering pregnant women from quitting smoking.
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