National Health and medical Research Council
12 September 2014
UNSW’s best-ever Fellowship result demonstrates the relevance and application of the University’s medical research, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Les Field says.
02 August 2012
UNSW’s expertise in mental health and substance abuse has once again been recognised with $5 million funding for two new Centres of Research Excellence.
04 May 2012
Open sharing of medical clinical trial data would lead to faster and more trustworthy evidence for many of our most pressing health problems, write Adam Dunn and Enrico Coiera.
02 February 2010
A breakthrough technology to seal surgical wounds without stitches will be developed for use in delicate brain surgery thanks to a major federal government grant.
09 February 2009
UNSW professors have dominated the latest round of NHMRC funding, winning a record 80 percent of the $39.6 million on offer in NSW.
28 January 2009
The Federal Government has honoured two of the University's top medical researchers with prestigious Australia Fellowships worth $4 million each.
10 November 2008
Research aimed at reducing the number of patients harmed in our hospitals has been awarded $8.4 million - making UNSW the largest recipient of NHMRC Program Grants for 2009.
16 October 2008
UNSW has won its largest number of project grants ever in the latest round of funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council.
05 February 2008
UNSW has been awarded the largest Australian grant in its history, receiving $17.7 million in funding to advance understanding of HIV and hepatitis C.
14 December 2007
Two UNSW researchers have had their outstanding contributions to health and medical research recognised by the NHMRC.
25 September 2007
Fifty grants worth more than $30 million have been awarded to UNSW in the latest round of funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council - the University's best ever result.
05 January 2007
UNSW has won twenty grants in the latest round of funding from the NHMRC, including a grant of over $1.5 million to a team led by Professor Robyn Ward.