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National Health and Medical Research Council: Australia's peak body for health and medical research, evidence-based health guidelines, and health ethics.
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‘Pregnant women who increase their intake of omega-3 long-chain fatty acids are less likely to have a premature birth’. Associate Professor Philippa Middleton receives funding from and speaks more on this.
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NHMRC Nov 15
We are saddened to hear the news of Associate Professor Joanne Lind’s passing. NHMRC has been proud to fund her research in the past. Her research focussed on human genetics and disease. Our thoughts are with her family and friends during this time.
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NHMRC Nov 15
are proud to announce the new members of the Embryo Research Licensing Committee 2018 – 2021. Learn more about the members here:
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NHMRC Nov 14
invests $4 million to fund research into . Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) involves abnormal brain maturation, cognition and behaviour and approximately 1 in 150 people in Australia have some form of ASD. Read full media release here
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7 News Melbourne Nov 13
Mice with a gene identical to one that causes autism in humans are helping Melbourne researchers learn how the brain works.
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GACD Nov 14
A new chair takes theb gavel @ the GACD. Welcome ‘s Anne Kelso
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NHMRC Nov 13
are proud to announce the new members of the Research Committee 2018 – 2021. Learn more about the members here:
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NHMRC Nov 13
’s Development Grant scheme is now OPEN. Learn more here
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NHMRC Nov 12
Australian-first lab to improve treatment for brain-injured children. Read more on this partially funded research
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NHMRC Nov 11
The first 3D image of precisely how communicates with cells in the body has been produced. Funded partly by , this research will demonstrate exactly how insulin triggers cells in the bloodstream to lower bloody sugar levels.
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NHMRC Nov 8
Professor David Grayden is in the department of biomedical engineering at . He has undertaken successful innovation and a commercialisation journey, providing practical insights into how he navigates through this research pathway.
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NHMRC Nov 8
are proud to announce the new members of the Health Translation Advisory Committee (HTAC) 2018 – 2021. Learn more about the members here:
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NHMRC Nov 7
’s Senior Research Fellow, Dr and her team, have spent the last four years developing and testing ways to help GPs and nurses discuss nutrition in general practice and have developed “NutriCare”. Read more here:
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NHMRC Nov 6
12 local government areas in Victoria’s north-east will take part in an innovation program to reduce childhood obesity rates. Read more on this funded Project Partnership.
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NHMRC Nov 4
Highly regarded experts from across the health and medical research sector have been appointed to five Principal Committees for the 2018-2021 triennium. Find out more:
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NHMRC Nov 4
appoints Principle Committees, upcoming funding opportunity for Centres of Research Excellence and TCR into Nutrition in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, and more. NHMRC is now live:
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NHMRC Nov 1
Future hay fever seasons will be worse thanks to climate change. Senior Research Fellow, Janet Davies, explains more on this research:
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NHMRC Oct 31
Professor Stephen Tong and the team of investigators are revolutionising the treatment of ectopic pregnancy, meaning most women with the condition could be treated medically, rather than surgically. Read more here:
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NHMRC Oct 30
15% of the population struggle with hay fever symptoms. ’s Senior Research Fellow, Janet Davies, explains why we have it and how to treat it.
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NHMRC Oct 29
‘Exercise is as effective as some medications in preventing or managing conditions such as heart disease and diabetes, and for rehabilitation after stroke.’ A/Prof Anne Tiedemann, who receives funding from , speaks more on this research.
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