Professor Marianne Chapman and her team have been awarded $1,233,268 to lay the groundwork for understanding the role of protein in the nutritional support of patients with critical illness, which will help them to later establish the optimum amount and type of protein to improve muscle strength, functional outcomes and survival.
Associate Professor Loc Do and his team will use $1,229,852 to examine the effects of socioeconomic circumstances on child oral health conditions, which can be mediated by dietary patterns, use of fluoride and dental service.
Associate Professor Benedetta Sallustio and her team will be working with $327,214 to develop new medications that prevent heart damage during cancer chemotherapy. We talked to her about this exciting research in the pipeline.
Associate Professor Leonie Heilbronn and her team now have $987,047 to look into intermittent fasting as a nutritional strategy for managing obesity and its effects on metabolic health and weight in people with pre-diabetes. We talked to her about her work and what inspired it.
Our researchers are leading the way in health—with the University of Adelaide receiving a $21.8 million injection in funding for new research.
A number of scholarships administered by the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (FHMS) are available to students undertaking an honours year in 2018. These scholarships are funded by schools within FHMS, industry and non-profit organisations, and are available to potential and currently enrolled students.
We are seeking volunteers to marshal for the Medicine and Dentistry Domestic Interview and end of year Objective Structure Clinical Exams (OSCEs) in November and December this year.
The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) recently co-hosted the highly successful Global Evidence Summit in Cape Town, South Africa. The Summit was the premiere event in evidence-based policy and was attended by over 1,300 people from 75 countries.
The Executive Dean's Public Lecture series presents 'Putting people first: A person focused approach to mental health,' by Professor Bernhard Baune.
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