Leading research for life changing results
Professor Julie Byles has been working with the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK) on their “Prevention in an ageing world’ programme of work.
HMRI awarded $615,000 from community and corporate donations to potentially life-changing health and medical research at the 2009 Awards Night on November 4 at Newcastle City Hall.
The Hunter Medical Research Institute’s (HMRI) world class research facility is taking shape, with plans available for public exhibition from the NSW Department of Planning from Monday October 12.
The Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) Stroke Research Group has a new lead in the race against stroke with funding to develop a ‘tissue clock’ that could overturn the time barrier to treatment.
Each year, 60,000 Australians are affected by stroke. That’s one every 10 minutes.
University of Newcastle researchers looking into online weight loss programs are asking for volunteers to help them assess the effectiveness of the schemes.
Tune into Radio 1233 ABC Newcastle from September 14 to 18 to hear a stroke survivor’s story.
Applications are now invited for Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) and Hunter Children’s Research Foundation (HCRF) Project Grants.
Hunter researchers are leading a national study which could identify a new treatment for people with ongoing asthma symptoms.
Hunter researchers have contributed to an international discovery about breast cancer treatment.
As Inaugural Chair of the newly formed Hunter Medical Research Institute, Geoff Leonard wrote in his first annual report message about the importance of building a research facility in the Hunter.