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Projects that will address institutional racism in Australia’s healthcare system, develop new treatments for children with brain cancer, and improve personalised treatments for high-risk children’s cancer have received NHMRC funding.
The new round of grants will support research in science, engineering, medicine, business, arts, and built environment.
The risk of repeat self-harm in young people is highest in the first month after an initial self-harm hospital presentation.
The two projects aim to produce materials used in electronic, magnetic, and optical devices and infrastructure for the bioprinting of 3D models of organs and tissues.
As a student at UNSW Medicine & Health, you'll develop the skills and experience you need to become a professional clinician and/or an innovative researcher.
Our strategy, Health 25, at UNSW Medicine & Health aims to improve quality of life for all by tackling the complex and important health challenges our society will face in the future.
UNSW Medicine & Health is world renowned for its research and impact addressing issues of health disparities and improving lives through our key research themes of Cancer; Infectious Disease, Immunity & Inflammation; Neuroscience, Mental Health & Addiction; Cardiac, Vascular & Metabolic Medicine and Health Systems.
UNSW Medicine & Health is creating an inclusive culture where people work together to change lives. We’re committed to supporting the growth of everyone in our community: our students, staff, alumni, and partners. We strive to build an inclusive culture of lifelong learning and engagement through cultural safety.