Professor Tom Walley
April 2, 2020

HMRI Institute Director, Professor Tom Walley, features in the Newcastle Herald with other medical experts discussing how long coronavirus pandemic is likely to last in Australia.

Professor David Durrheim
April 2, 2020

Up to 5 million Australians are estimated to be at risk of COVID-19 infection with their fate literally resting in the hands of community.

What is COVID-19?
April 1, 2020

Three of our expert researchers share their insights into what COVID-19 is, how it differs to other types of coronavirus and how it affects people - especially those in vulnerable groups.

Mobile phone apps and fertility knowledge
March 30, 2020

One in six Australian couples experience infertility. Researchers believe that mobile phone apps may be key to improving women’s fertility knowledge. 

How are the most serious COVID-19 cases treated, and does the coronavirus cause lasting damage?
March 30, 2020

How are the most serious COVID-19 cases treated, and does the virus cause lasting damage?

How to manage stress, worry and anxiety in the coronavirus crisis
March 29, 2020

Dr Kylie Bailey features in the Newcastle Herald addressing the need to manage stress and anxiety associated with the coronavirus crisis.

Associate Professor Jay Horvat
March 27, 2020

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.

COVID-19 Update
March 18, 2020

Institute Director, Professor Tom Walley, addresses the impact of COVID-19 at HMRI and how we're responding to this ever-developing situation.

Associate Professor Nathan Bartlett
March 11, 2020

With COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on the incline to pandemic status, medical researchers have pivoted to find a treatment.

sleep
March 10, 2020

It can be hard to sleep when stressed so here are some things that might help to improve sleep during stressful times from Senior Sleep Scientist Dr Gemma Paech.