Leading research for life changing results
Following a 200% rise in gestational diabetes incidence in the Hunter Region, nutrition researchers are trialling a new diabetes risk-reduction program
Horseback riding and rhythm-and-music therapies may improve stroke survivors’ perception of recovery, gait, balance, grip strength and cognition years after their stroke.
Almost one in five 18-23 year old women has experienced bullying, resulting in serious physical and mental health issues
Victims of domestic violence have significant, long-term physical and mental health problems, a study has shown.
New HMRI research has shown a ground-breaking link between stress and functional gastrointestinal disorders.
For stroke survivors who have lost the ability to stand or walk, a purpose-built bionic robot can help them take their first precious steps on the road to recovery.
The Mark Hughes Foundation Beanie for Brain Cancer campaign has raised an unprecedented $1.7 million in two weeks.
Scientists in Newcastle have identified a protein that allows endometrial cancer cells to spread from the uterus to adjoining organs
The changes announced today by NHMRC are a welcome and necessary step in the right direction to upgrade and modernise our health and medical research funding schemes.
Hunter researcher Dr Craig Gedye has helped to map an atlas of the tumour microenvironment to better understand how the immune system is involved.
A drug compound being developed at HMRI to combat the common cold virus has secured a multimillion dollar commercialisation boost