Leading research for life changing results
Two former HMRI chairs and a toxicology researcher were named a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in Queens Birthday Honours.
Each year on February 4, communities come together for World Cancer Day - this year the theme is “I am and I will”.
Hunter researchers will help advance vital prevention and treatment methods for thousands of people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) following a funding announcement.
A new study has shown that more than one in 10 young Australian women have tried vaping and its popularity is a growing public health concern.
Spikes and dips in blood sugar levels experienced in the daily management of diabetes can undermine mental abilities such as memory and attention span.
The Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) is releasing an inaugural national grant round calling for innovation in brain cancer research.
A new study being conducted by Dr Narelle Eather aims to change that scenario by providing more positive sporting experiences focused on player well-being.
Pre-eclampsia can lead to serious heart health issues for women up to 10 years after childbirth and yet few are aware of the risks.
Simple dietary changes and existing drugs used for other disorders could help ease the symptoms for millions of people currently living with schizophrenia.
A resilience and well-being program designed to help family and friends supporting loved ones who use crystal methamphetamine is set for a major expansion.
Researchers from HMRI have received more than $12.4 million in federal funds to support 14 projects.