16 December 2016 NICM and BioCeuticals embark on a three-year joint research project, which will explore the clinical effect of herbal and nutritional supplements on cognitive function in elderly patients living with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI).
7 December 2015 Today NICM hosted the Integrative Medicine for Neurocognition and Dementia Symposium at the Park Royal Hotel, in Sydney. Bringing together leading researchers, clinicians and industry groups from Australia and China who discussed key challenges and issues relating to integrative medicine research and integrative care for dementia and cognitive problems and related mental health issues.
5 December 2015 NICM researcher Dr Genevieve Steiner features in the December/January Issue of Prevention Magazine and NICM’s recent announcement about the new vascular dementia clinical trial has also seen NICM featured in prominent in international and national
5 December 2015 During November/December NICM welcomed three main delegations from China including Shineway Pharmaceutical Group (Shineway); State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SATCM) and China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS); and the China Association of Chinese Medicine (CACM).
Tuesday 1 December 2015 from 8am to 6.30pm
Australia's National Institute of Complementary Medicine at Western Sydney University will host a Symposium to showcase integrative medicine research and promote collaborations between relevant research institutions, industry and government organisations nationally and internationally.
30 November 2015 Over 200 Australians with dementia will soon be joining one of the nation's largest clinical trials for a Chinese herbal medicine which, in pilot studies, has been shown to be an effective treatment improving learning and memory.
30 November The unveiling of a commemorative plaque for the Australia – China Centre for Chinese Medicine Research and Development marked 10 years of collaborative research between NICM, the Xiyuan Hospital, and the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences.
5 November 2015 People who practiced yoga or took natural products (dietary supplements other than vitamins and minerals) were more likely to do so for wellness reasons than to treat a specific health condition, according to analysis of data from the 2012 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS).
5 November, 2015Media Release: Professor Alan Bensoussan, Executive Director of the National Institute of Complementary Medicine and Foundation Director of the Centre for Complementary Medicine Research at the University of Western Sydney, has received the complementary medicine industry's most prestigious Award, the Lady Cilento Award