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15 May 2017
NICM continues to welcome and support visiting international scholars to participate in collaborative projects focused on complementary and integrative medicines. In 2017, NICM has welcomed to date academics from China and Brazil.

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12 May 2017
The Australian Government released today a comprehensive roadmap outlining the research infrastructure priorities essential for building Australian research excellence into the future.

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11 May 2017
The nonprofit NHP Research Society of Canada (NHPRS) has announced NICM Adjunct, Michael Smith as the recipient of its 2017 Neil Tower's Award. The award honours those who have made significant contributions to natural products research, regulation and commercialisation in Canada and worldwide.

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10 May 2017
NICM has recently featured in local media such as the Camden Advertiser, Macarthur Advertiser, the Northern District Times to national and state media outlets such as TEN Eyewitness News, National Radio News, Sydney Morning Herald Weekend, The West Australian, Choice, and Pharmacy Daily.

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1 May 2017
NICM’s Jacka Foundation Senior Research Fellow, Dr Carolyn Ee has been awarded the Most Outstanding Junior Researcher in Clinical Research at the Society for Acupuncture Research Congress held in San Francisco.in April.

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28 April 2017
Consultation on Innovation and Science Australia’s 2030 Strategic Plan Issues Paper closes 31 May 2017. The Australian Government tasked Innovation and Science Australia to develop a Strategic Plan for the Australian innovation, science and research system out to 2030. The Strategic Plan aims to contribute to the wellbeing and prosperity of all Australians by ensuring that Australia reaches its innovation potential.

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22 April 2017
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Dr Fredi Kronenberg, who passed away on April 20, 2017. She was a wonderful friend and inspiring colleague to many of us.

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17 April 2017
Native Americans didn’t only use black cohosh to treat female reproductive problems such as “menstrual irregularities”, they also used it for pain, fever and cough.

12 April 2017
The blossoming partnership between Western Sydney University and the world-leading Beijing University of Chinese Medicine was on display at April graduations as the first cohort of students who studied in Beijing received their testamurs. The Dean of the School of Science and Health, Professor Gregory Kolt, says the graduation ceremony highlights how Western Sydney University and NICM work with international partners to produce job-ready employees .

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5 April 2017
NICM's Acupuncture for Women's Health - practitioner focussed research seminar - has received positive feedback with over 50 practitioners attending. The evening seminar covered a range of women's health topics from pelvic pain, to lactation and menopause.

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NICM Symposium 2017

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