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HMRI creates an environment that nurtures health and medical research, and provides a focal point for the coordination of research strategy, resources and funding through strategic research collaborations.
Through the provision of key research facilities, infrastructure and services, HMRI supports our quest to keep the community in the best of health, helping to build the capacity and success of our health and medical researchers.
HMRI has established and developed strategic facilities and resources to enhance our ability to conduct high-quality research.
HMRI has developed key services to support affiliated health and medical researchers.
The state-of-the-art HMRI Building is a $90 million investment in the future of medical research and national and international health care.
The HMRI Building is located on the northern side of the John Hunter Hospital (JHH) campus, New Lambton Heights, in NSW, Australia.
The HMRI Imaging Centre is one of the first facilities in the world to house a state-of-the-art Siemens MAGNETOM Prisma 3T scanner devoted entirely to medical research imaging purposes, as well as an EEG laboratory.
The HMRI Imaging Centre is co-located with the HMRI Building on the John Hunter Hospital (JHH) campus in Newcastle.
HMRI Facilities Management provides a single point of contact for all matters relating to the HMRI Building at New Lambton Heights.
The service is available 8:30am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday. All general and non-urgent requests should be logged via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In an emergency, the HMRI Facilities Manager can be contacted 24 hours a day on 0407 760 470.
The HMRI Research Register is a central database of people who are interested in contributing to medical research. The Register helps researchers access to the type of people they require for their studies, and makes recruitment of research participants faster and more economical. Even more importantly, it can improve the quality of research by providing access to a wider cross-section of the population.
Click here for more information about the HMRI Research Register