UNSW Medicine

ARC Research Hub for Connected Sensors for Health UNSW launch

The Research Hub aims to position Australia at the forefront of connected health by integrating sensor science with data analytics, regulatory approval, and manufacturing capabilities.  

John Pimanda

Professor John Pimanda receives the new Translational Program Grant for his team’s work with acute myeloid leukaemia.

4 young people on a balcony looking at a sunset over the city

Therapeutic communities could reduce future recidivism in young people with drug and alcohol problems who have a history of criminal convictions.

a person in mourning puts a hand on a coffin at a funeral

The cause of every death in Australia must be certified by a medical practitioner. If the cause of death is not clear, the death is reported to the state or territory coroner for investigation.

crumpled paper in the shape of a brain torn in pieces a creative concept

Experiencing three or more traumatic brain injuries was linked with lower cognitive function later in life.

UNSW Library Lawn

Members of the University community have been recognised for their outstanding achievements across a broad range of fields in 2023.

Woman wearing hat in bikini at the beach in the sun. Skin is tanned with moles.

Melanotan-II may give you a tan, but that’s not all.

a woman and her trainer engage in rope training

The traditional approach of changing your program every 12 weeks might actually make sense in order to prevent plateaus. However, there is no hard and fast rule.

DNA double helix. Genetic cancer risk.

Understanding the genetic basis of sarcoma will allow earlier detection and better guide treatment. 

Healthy calcium-rich food. Greens, salmon, cheese.

What you eat and drink, as well as how much sunlight you get on your skin, all affect your micronutrient levels – and in turn the health of your body and mind.

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