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Those who participate in clinical trials and other studies are often the first to access and benefit from new and emerging treatments across a range of areas.

You also have the satisfaction of one helping someone else with an illness, providing important scientific information that will be used to develop new disease treatments and improve already existing ones.

Many HMRI research studies also recruit through the HMRI Research Register.


Immunogenetic Profiles in Multiple Sclerosis

Research Areas: Multiple Sclerosis

Investigators: A/Prof Jeannette Lechner-Scott, Dr. Rodney Lea, Dr. Vicki Maltby, Ms. Katherine Sanders

Location: HMRI Building and John Hunter Hospital


 

The HEYMAN program for young men (18-25 years)

Research Areas: Healthy Lifestyles

Investigators: Professor Clare Collins

Location: University of Newcastle, Callaghan Campus


 A VITAL Change for Mums

Research Areas: Healthy Lifestyles

Investigators: Professor Clare Collins

Location: University of Newcastle, Callaghan Campus


PEAnut Anaphylaxis Predictors (PEAAP Study)

Peanut allergy is often diagnosed when hives, swelling, difficulty breathing or collapse (anaphylaxis) occur shortly after eating food containing peanuts. An allergy to peanut is ….


Improving Asthma in Childhood through diet

Research Areas: Asthma, diet, respiratory disease, inflammation, nutrition

Investigators: Associate Professor Lisa Wood

Location: HMRI Building


Asthma Management During Pregnancy

Research Areas: Pregnancy, asthma, women’s health, paediatrics

Investigators: Dr Vanessa Murphy, Prof Peter Gibson

Location: HMRI Building or John Hunter Hospital.


 

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