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A new Centre for Research Excellence in Implementation for Community Chronic Disease Prevention has received NHMRC funding
A Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grant will help develop new technology for assessing food and nutrient intakes of people living in poorer communities.
A $5.2 million philanthropic gift to HMRI will help to advance emergency out-of-hospital paramedical treatment and telehealth care for patients across NSW.
Six HMRI-affiliated researchers will focus on helping Australians have better heart health after securing more than $750,000 in funding.
HMRI has embarked on an international search for a new Institute Director as current leader Professor Michael Nilsson prepares to transition to a new role.
Nicotine replacement therapy is safer than smoking during pregnancy, a new review in the Medical Journal of Australia has found.
A Fellowship honouring the late Matt Callander is helping Sydney neuroscientist Dr Kelly McKelvey to optimise brain cancer treatment options.
An underlying mechanism linking obesity with the development of endometrial cancer has been demonstrated by a HMRI research team.
The NSW Government will provide an extra $3 million for medicinal cannabis research to the Australian Centre for Cannabinoid Clinical and Research Excellence at HMRI.
Rehabilitation services are set for an overhaul after the University of Newcastle launched the first Centre for Innovative Technologies in Rehabilitation Settings.
Behavioural scientist Professor Kypros Kypri has been acknowledged in the Sax Institute’s 2017 Research Action Awards for his work in alcohol-related violence.