NHMRC

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Clinical trials for childhood cancer and studies into pain medicine addiction and teenagers living with OCD are among UNSW projects to receive backing from the NHMRC.

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A UNSW research trial to examine if e-cigarettes can help smokers quit and a world-first treatment for teenagers with PTSD and substance abuse are among projects to receive major backing in the latest NHMRC funding round.

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Research into the health consequences of burning fossil fuels, preventing STIs and designing next generation orthopaedic implants are among UNSW projects to receive backing from the NHMRC.

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Projects to mend damaged heart cells and to fix the gap in Indigenous healthcare are among the NHMRC's top 10 medical research projects of 2015.

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UNSW researchers have been awarded $11.4 million in the latest round of federal government funding for industry-linked research projects and a centre to transform Australia’s high-performance manufacturing sector.

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New drug trials for treating HIV infection, major depression and helping smokers quit are among the UNSW projects that have received major backing in the latest round of federal government medical research funding.

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A $2.1 million grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council announced today will see UNSW Professor Colleen Loo lead Australia’s largest clinical trial of ketamine as a new treatment for major depression.

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UNSW research projects exploring non-Alzheimer dementias, the immune system’s response to infection and cancer screening programs have been recognised as some of the best in the country by the NHMRC.

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Dementia research has been given a major boost with UNSW researchers receiving close to $13 million from the National Health and Medical Research Council.

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UNSW researchers have received close to $18 million in NHMRC funding, the top result in NSW and second best nationally.

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