On Wednesday 28th September, the HMRI Brain Neuromodulation Research Program hosted a public community seminar on chronic pain.
Arthritis is a disease that affects more than 350 million people affected around the globe, including about four million Australians. But can supplements or diet reduce the symptoms of arthritis?
Professor Coralie English and stroke survivor partner Ms Meredith Burke have launched i-REBOUND, a program developed to provide people who have had a stroke access to expert, purpose-designed resources - helping them to eat well and move more.
With up to 80,000 female reproductive repair surgeries performed every year in the United States alone, Professor Pradeep Tanwar and his team from HMRI and the University of Newcastle, committed to unravelling the mysteries of human reproductive tract development.
Congratulations to HMRI researcher Conjoint Associate Professor Christine O’Neill whose research paper on the poor quality of life experienced by people who have had thyroid surgery for malignant cancer and benign thyroid disease, was recently published in the World Journal of Surgery.
Lots of research has been done and continues to be done into COVID-19, and a surprising discovery came out of research led by HMRI researcher, Professor Peter Wark: people with asthma were less likely to have a severe version of the disease.
This behind-the-scenes video of the HMRI Histology and Biospecimen Resource Facility shows the processes involved in preparing a piece of tissue for biopsy from when it is collected, enters the laboratory, is processed, embedded, sectioned and stained for viewing underneath the microscope.
For National Stroke Week (8 – 14 August), world-leading stroke researcher Professor Coralie English shares five things everyone needs to know about stroke, from prevention and identification, to rehabilitation and living well after stroke.