News Centre archive
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Using Mathematical models to treat Parkinson's disease
As doctors wrestle with increasingly complex drug combinations, scientists are taking advantage of sophisticated software and IT tools to personalise medical care.
Scholarships foster next generation of complementary medicine researchers
Higher Degree Research students in the field of nutritional and herbal medicine are set to benefit from three new scholarships announced by the National Institute of Complementary Medicine.
Plugging in the technology for Sydney’s homeless youth
A new study will develop solutions together with young people in Sydney who are homeless or have experienced homelessness, to support their access to digital technology.
$2 million injection bolsters complementary medicine research
National Institute of Complementary Medicine receives a $2 million funding boost from The Jacka Foundation of Natural Therapies.
UWS hosts the NSW Brain Bee school students challenge
The UWS School of Medicine hosted the State finals of the 2015 Australian Brain Bee Challenge.
Goodes jeers are racially-coded abuse: expert
The booing of Indigenous AFL player Adam Goodes is an example of “racially-coded abuse masquerading as legitimate footy fan expression”, according to an expert in sports and culture.