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The HCRF announced three new $25,000 project grants for children's research at its annual Awards Night on October 18.
Hunter nutrition researchers are casting a nation-wide net with a tele-dietary intervention designed to help parents who are concerned about their child’s eating habits or weight.
To honour Professor Clare Collins selection as 2017 HMRI Researcher of the Year, artist Leda Turner took her botanical art illustrations to a whole new level.
Innovation in digital healthcare was on the agenda when the Hunter Medical Research Institute hosted the Team Sweden Healthcare Workshop to facilitate the move toward an e-Health mission for 2019.
Increased support to prevent chronic disease in people with mental illness with $597,507 MRFF investment.
Several of Newcastle’s best-known buildings will be radiating green from May 29 as HMRI celebrates national Medical Research Week and its own 20th anniversary.
A natural growth hormone likened to a brain 'fertiliser' could help to improve quality of life for stroke survivors.
The online FluTracking surveillance system has expanded its reach across the Tasman for the first time this year.
HMRI Researcher of the Year, Professor Clare Collins, has been awarded the DAA President’s Award for Innovation for her work developing the Healthy Eating Quiz™.
Associate Professor Tracy Burrows has been awarded the prestigious title of Fellow by the Dietitian’s Association of Australia (DAA).
Genes that were thought to be ‘non-functioning’ could now play a role in developing new cancer treatments