HMRI Affiliated Researchers

HMRI affiliated researchers include all health and medical researchers, students and support staff working across the University of Newcastle and Hunter New England Local Health District. There are more than 1600 researchers in the Hunter, aligned with HMRI's 19 research programs.

Many Hunter researchers are national and international leaders in their field. They work and collaborate across the research spectrum - from basic laboratory science, to developing new drugs and treatments, implementing clinical trials, improving clinical care, health behaviour and prevention, population health, as well as improving health service policy and planning. Together, Hunter researchers continue to improve the health of our community, locally and across the world. 

A/Prof John Ferguson - researcher in blue sweater outside the HMRI building smiling at camera
Research Program :
  • Infection Research Program
 
Research Program :
  • Equity in Health and Wellbeing Research Program
 
Associate Professor Richard Fletcher
Research Program :
  • Brain & Mental Health
Research Topics :
Clinical Mental Health, Effective Health Services, Global Health, Psychology
 
Vladimira Foteva | Pregnancy and Reproduction Researcher
Research Program :
  • Pregnancy & Reproduction
  • Public Health
Research Topics :
Effective Health Services, Global Health, Healthy Ageing, Pregnancy & Babies, Women's Health
 
Dr Elizabeth Fradgley
Research Program :
  • Cancer
  • Public Health
Research Topics :
Clinical Mental Health, Effective Health Services, Psychology
 
Research Program :
  • Equity in Health and Wellbeing Research Program
 
Research Program :
  • Equity in Health and Wellbeing Research Program
 
Dr Erin Fuller
Research Program :
  • Drug Repurposing and Medicines Research Program
Research Topics :
Psychology
 
Dr Margaret Galloway
Research Program :
  • Brain & Mental Health
Research Topics :
Stroke and Brain Injury
 
Dr Carlos Garcia-Esperon
Research Program :
  • Heart and Stroke Research Program
Research Topics :
Stroke and Brain Injury