Leading research for life changing results
Professor Julie Byles has been working with the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK) on their “Prevention in an ageing world’ programme of work.
Stroke survivors will be able to tap into technology at home to access an exercise and diet program, aimed at preventing a secondary stroke.
Hunter researchers have been awarded a $600,000 grant to investigate the link between obesity and endometrial cancer.
Jill Emberson was a fierce and passionate advocate for ovarian cancer and we are honoured that she has chosen HMRI as the recipient of funding donated in her memory to further our research into ovarian cancer.
The scientific team behind Viralytics is reuniting for a new private venture aiming to develop cutting-edge cancer therapies. It will be based in the HMRI Building.
Smokers are at a significantly higher risk of post-surgical complications, a new study has found.
At HMRI we are looking to the health impacts on populations directly and indirectly affected by the bushfires that have been raging throughout Australia since October 2019.
Australia’s ageing population faces many challenges, and a decline in brain and cognitive functioning is just one of these.
We know that fruit and vegetables reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, and some cancers, yet 95% of Australian’s do not consume the recommended 2 and 5 serves per day.
Researchers have pinpointed a cell that’s behind a raft of health conditions affecting the uterus, including endometrial cancer, endometriosis and infertility.
Researchers have received more than $9.3 million in national funding to support projects aiming to improve the lives of millions of Australians.