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.
The World Health Organisation will collaborate with Newcastle researchers to fight non-communicable diseases.
A new multimillion-dollar project will develop an artificial intelligence surveillance system to better tackle antimicrobial resistance.
Health professionals and organisations to receive additional training and resources to help support Indigenous women quit smoking during pregnancy.
Tuesday May 7 is World Asthma Day – a day to raise awareness for the airway disease that affects one in nine Australians. Find out how HMRI researchers are working to stop asthma.
Researchers need volunteers with asthma to find the most effective dose of fibre for improving asthma symptoms.
Professor Peter Gibson has been conferred a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Newcastle for his contribution to medicine.
Flu activity is already in full swing prompting the annual online health surveillance system, FluTracking, to launch early this year.
Laureate Professor Roger Smith AM has been awarded the SRI Distinguished Scientist Award at Society for Reproductive Investigation 2019 Annual Meeting in Paris.
Professor Josh Davis, an infectious disease physician and researcher, has received an NHMRC Research Excellence Award for clinical health research.
Hunter researchers have been successful in securing more than $2.8million to work toward solutions for some of the nation’s most pressing health challenges.