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.
More than $10 million has been awarded to HMRI-affiliated researchers to further the development of promising world-class, solution-based research.
Dr Myles Young has been announced as the Bupa Health Foundation Emerging Health Researcher for 2019.
Researchers are recruiting for a new trial that blends a smartphone app with park-based fitness facilities in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie.
The Mark Hughes Foundation announces $2 million Brain Cancer Innovation Grant Round through HMRI.
A new, large-scale study has shown that older people can keep pace with those in their twenties – it’s simply a matter of practise.
Dr Lucy Murtha has been awarded the 2019 Ralph Reader Prize for Basic Science by the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ).
Professor Attia has received $600,000 in funding for his research on a vaccine that protects against heart attacks and strokes.
A new study will look at how light treatment can improve daytime functioning and sleepiness in those with hypersomnia.
The SHED-IT research study has been redeveloped with a renewed focus on helping men lift their mood, not just lose weight.
Nutrition science offers huge untapped potential to boost the health and wealth of the nation.