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A new Centre for Research Excellence in Implementation for Community Chronic Disease Prevention has received NHMRC funding
A federal funding boost of almost $500,000 is set to combat the rates of depression and anxiety among elderly Australians.
Researchers have received more than $1.4 million from the NHMRC to support new male and female health strategies.
A pilot interactive online game is giving new parents valuable information and a safe environment to test their parenting decisions.
Hunter research study finds young farmers who live and work on farms in isolated areas and are in financial hardship are the most likely to experience personal drought-related psychological stress.
Researchers are seeking participants for a new clinical study focused on shoulder impingement syndrome, the most common cause of shoulder pain.
HMRI-affiliated researchers have been awarded $2,352,889 towards their translation research projects by the NSW Government.
Two researchers have secured more than $1.16 million in NSW Government funding to explore early intervention methods for cancer and stroke.
A Hunter family, who wish to remain anonymous, have made a huge impact with a record $1.71 million bequest to HMRI.
The iPlay fitness program, an evolution of HMRI's SCORES, has more than halved cardiovascular disease risk in primary school kids.
Leading pharmaceutical company Merck has completed its buyout of virotherapy firm Viralytics, founded in Newcastle by Associate Professor Darren Shafren.