Leading research for life changing results
Professor Clare Collins is among 40 new Fellows elected to the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS).
Professor John Attia has been awarded the title of Laureate Professor in recognition of his remarkable research career and outstanding contributions.
The 2019 HMRI Open Day is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the exciting health and medical research undertaken in the Hunter and beyond.
The Lake Macquarie Open Garden and Art Trail will take place on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 October raising funds for HMRI health and medical research.
Nobbys Beach will become a sea of colour on September 7 as around 300 people don their fluoro fashions for Glow Walk.
More than $10 million has been awarded to HMRI-affiliated researchers to further the development of promising world-class, solution-based research.
Dr Myles Young has been announced as the Bupa Health Foundation Emerging Health Researcher for 2019.
Researchers are recruiting for a new trial that blends a smartphone app with park-based fitness facilities in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie.
The Mark Hughes Foundation announces $2 million Brain Cancer Innovation Grant Round through HMRI.
A new, large-scale study has shown that older people can keep pace with those in their twenties – it’s simply a matter of practise.
Dr Lucy Murtha has been awarded the 2019 Ralph Reader Prize for Basic Science by the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ).