The School of Health Sciences has undergone substantial development in the area of research in recent years, and continues to pursue a promising future.
A large proportion of our staff are research active, and achieving some exceptional results.
Listed below are the latest research projects conducted by our staff.
22nd September, 2016
Three University of Newcastle Teams will successfully test their research and ideas with the CSIRO's On Prime Pre-accelerator program. This includes Dr Yolanda Surjan's team project - BrachVet: from Human to Horse.
11th August 2016
Bliss Cavanagh is a PhD Candidate in the School of Health Sciences who's been selected as a Young Social Pioneer by the Foundation for Young Australians.
Our school is committed to ongoing support of research degree candidates. We provide a high standard of research supervision in addition to material resources including financial support, laptop computers, office space and equipment, and writing and presentation skills workshops.
Our school is associated with a number of research centres and groups across the University and community.
The School of Health Sciences has a collaborative approach to research, covering a diverse range of themes such as stroke recovery, diagnosing breast cancer and occupational rehabilitation.