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11 December 2019

$10.5m facility to boost bioengineering research

The University of Sydney has provided $10.5 million to create a bioengineering facility "that brings together excellence in research and teaching in service of better health outcomes for us all."
05 December 2019

58 Discovery Project grants awarded to Sydney researchers

Federal Education Dan Tehan announced the latest round of ARC Discovery Project grants, including funds for 58 research projects involving University of Sydney researchers and administered by the University.
29 November 2019

Creating regional opportunities for pharmacists

The University of Sydney School of Pharmacy alumna, Sue Muller, has built a successful career supporting regional communities. She has also given generously to the university, facilitating rural placements for pharmacy students.

27 November 2019

New digital resource hub for people with severe asthma

University of Sydney researchers have partnered with the University of Newcastle and Healthtalk Australia to produce evidence-based digital resources about severe asthma.
27 November 2019

Matilda Centre launches at the University of Sydney

Tackling mental health and substance use in young people, the Matilda Centre bridges the gaps between research, government and the community to address one of Australia's biggest health problems.
25 November 2019

Sydney Facial Nerve Clinic expands interdisiplinary model to include contemporary artist

University of Sydney PhD student Vic McEwan, who is currently undertaking research in the Discipline of Physiotherapy, shares his art at the Big Anxiety Festival, Australia’s largest mental health festival.
20 November 2019

14 academics named in influential highly-cited scholars list

Academics recognised as world-leading experts in wide-ranging science disciplines, from renewable energies and soil science to chronic disease prevention and cancer research.
18 November 2019

Researchers overcome cholesterol overload in rare genetic disorder

In a world-first, researchers have discovered the main reason why cholesterol accumulates in people with the rare progressive genetic disease called Niemann Pick Type C1 (NPC1).

15 November 2019

Data science and digital health shape the future of dental education

Professor Heiko Spallek is combining his experience in dental education and research with his expertise in computer and information science to bring dentistry and healthcare into the digital age.
12 November 2019

Exercise is the best medicine for managing back pain

Associate Professor Paulo Ferreira spoke to ABC Life about the best evidence-based approaches for back pain in those who have demanding jobs.