Leading research for life changing results
The HCRF announced three new $25,000 project grants for children's research at its annual Awards Night on October 18.
Hunter researchers have been awarded more than $600,000 in NHMRC funding to support three Fellowships and a Postgraduate Scholarship aimed at improving health outcomes.
Unravelling the mysteries behind undiagnosed intellectual disabilities in children might be a step closer thanks to a first-of-its-kind web platform launched today at the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI).
Professor Jodie Simpson has been named a Fellow of the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand (FThorSoc) in recognition of her pioneering expertise and experience in respiratory research.
Researchers are looking to develop a new online nutrition education platform for teachers – and want a kid’s perspective on what students need to learn.
Cancer Council NSW has awarded Professor Jennifer Martin $1.96 million in research funding to develop a personalised chemotherapy dosing system for cancer patients.
Former Wallabies player Dean Mumm and wife Sarah are linking with UK-based charity Borne and HMRI to raise funds and awareness for research into premature birth.
A new clinical ‘toolkit’ designed to improve the management of severe asthma has been launched by HMRI respiratory researchers.
Expectant mums are needed to trial a smartphone app that uses augmented reality to help with diet control during pregnancy
The Federal Government will invest $6.1 million into medical research projects in the Hunter through the Centre for Innovation in Regional Health.
Hunter Medical Research Institute celebrates its 20th anniversary today marking two decades of ground-breaking achievements.