Leading research for life changing results
A new study, led by Jay Horvat, Associate Professor of Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Newcastle and HMRI Australia, is the first to show a relationship between iron build up in the lung cells and tissues and the severity of asthma.
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.
The Mark Hughes Foundation is calling for an Early to Mid-Career Research Fellow, funded through Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI).
Today we have lost a shining light in the fight against ovarian cancer. Jill Emberson peacefully passed in her home, surrounded by her loved ones, including her husband Ken and daughter Malia
Professor Tom Walley has welcomed the pledge of $20 million for ovarian cancer research, given its potential to benefit studies currently underway in the region.
We know that smoking cigarettes has a long-term damaging effect on our lungs, so what about the smoke haze?
The National Rugby League will partner with HMRI, the University of Newcastle and Harvard Medical School in one of the world’s largest studies into head injuries in collision sport.
Professor Tom Walley, HMRI Institute Director, reflects on the remarkable collaboration that contributes to HMRI's success.