Associate Professor Catherine Birman has achieved a feat that must be heard to be believed.
Tag Archives: Medicine and Health Sciences
Prostate cancer: Is vitamin D the answer to slowing its growth?
Macquarie researchers awarded $1m to test the effectiveness of Vitamin D in treating prostate cancer.
What defines a healthy population?
As the head of the Department of Health Systems and Populations, Dr Sonia Allan will drive programs and research to address the health needs of the 21st century.
World-class service at our doorstep: University GP Clinic
Find out how recent changes to Macquarie’s comprehensive GP service might affect you.
Volunteer your time: Help our physio students shape up
Macquarie’s Doctor of Physiotherapy Health and Wellbeing Collaboration Program is seeking staff and adult community volunteers to take part in their March-June session.
Congratulations: October 2015 round academic promotions
Congratulations to some of our finest on their successful promotion during the October 2015 round of academic promotions.
Learning for the future starts today
Introducing the short-from Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework 2015-2020.
Standing out from the crowd
Professor John Cartmill, Associate Dean, Clinical, from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences shares his views on why our Health Sciences Centre is so unique.
In honour of innovation
Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite from the Australian Institute of Health Innovation has been presented with a 2015 Health Services Research Award.
Advancing global health
The National Health and Medical Research Council has awarded seven Macquarie researchers $4.7 million in funding for leading research into mental health, cancer, dementia and health sector innovation.
Seeking participants: Somatosensory back pain
Researchers from the Centre for Physical Health are seeking participants to take part in a study about lower back pain.
A celebration of world-leading research with world-changing impact
Improving emotional health, supporting surgical innovation, modelling electricity prices, improving crops, understanding disease and safeguarding our oyster industry – just some of the areas in which our staff are pioneering the future