Thursday, 1 September 2016
UON reproductive science researchers have been highly recognised with a host of awards at the Society For Reproductive Biology (SRB) Conference.
Wednesday, 31 August 2016
For men aiming to start a family, a new research finding from the University of Newcastle and HMRI confirms that a healthy lifestyle can influence sperm performance at the time of fertilisation and ultimately the health of their offspring and multiple generations to follow.
Tuesday, 17 May 2016
The Federal Government has provided a crucial $1.5 million grant to the University of Newcastle’s Gomeroi gaaynggal health centre at Tamworth and Walgett, enabling it to continue operating beyond the end of 2016.
Thursday, 21 April 2016
The University of Newcastle (UON) has appointed leading endocrinologist Professor Roger Smith AM as its next Laureate Professor to reflect his remarkable contribution to our understanding of human pregnancy.
Friday, 4 March 2016
Two University of Newcastle PhD candidates in reproductive biology, Sally Hall and Samantha Young, have been invited to communicate their science at the FameLab 2016 New South Wales semi-finals at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney on 7 April 2016.
Thursday, 3 March 2016
Laureate Professor John Aitken from the University of Newcastle has been announced as the 2016 recipient of the prestigious Carl G. Hartman award, which recognises a researcher’s outstanding career and scholarly activities in the field of reproductive biology.
Wednesday, 16 December 2015
A critical placenta receptor that could prevent life-threatening chronic disease will become the focus of University of Newcastle (UON) researcher, Dr Kirsty Pringle, after securing more than $690,000 under the prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship scheme.
Friday, 13 November 2015
Professor Roger Smith has been awarded more than $469,000 in NHMRC Development Grant funding commencing in 2016 for his research project Achieving Targeted Delivery of Drugs to Uterine Muscle in Women for the Prevention of Preterm Labour.