Opinion article* published in Australasian Science written by Professor Clare Collins at the University of Newcastle. New diet fads and furphies seem to appear every day. While some of these have a scientific basis, for others the science has changed in response to new discoveries or the science is just not there yet. “I took […]
Can an increase in fruit and vegetable intake improve your skin colour and appearance? A University of Newcastle research group is searching for the answer with the hope it could be a powerful motivator to encourage people to eat more healthy.
A PROGRAM to ensure stroke patients are treated quickly to minimise their injury and, in some cases, have them back on their feet within days, will be rolled out across the state after being pioneered in the Hunter.
University of Newcastle researchers are targeting parents and grandparents who have suffered a heart attack or stroke in a new research program aimed at improving heart health in children and grandchildren.
The Hunter Region’s most prestigious medical research award was presented tonight to a prolific, multidisciplinary epidemiologist working in fields as diverse as asthma, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, mental health, public health and stroke.
The Alumni Medal was established in 1987, and is awarded to a graduate with an outstanding record of professional excellence in leadership, knowledge and/or professional practice. Senior Staff Specialist in Neurology, John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle Associate Professor in Medicine, Faculty of Health, University of Newcastle Director, HMRI Stroke Research Program Bachelor of Medicine (1992) Faculty […]