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18 September 2019
In 2020, NICM Health Research Institute will host an inaugural one-day Symposium in the new Jacka Foundation Conference Centre, bringing together Australia’s most influential women in natural therapies to celebrate and mark International Women’s Day and women in STEM (Science, Technology, Industry and Mathematics)

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10 September 2019
We’ve all heard that ‘food is good for your mood’. Now a new study into mental health and nutrient supplementation has taken a leap forward by establishing the gold standard for which nutrients are proven to assist in the management of a range of mental health disorders.

1 September 2019
Western Sydney University is investing in three new research fellowships at NICM Health Research Institute as part of the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships, which will see over the next five years 50 research-focused fellows recruited throughout the university. Applications close 22 September.

19 August 2019
NICM collaborates with international researchers to develop an app aimed to improve mental health through lifestyle modifications.

15 August 2019
NICM scientists celebrated National Science Week and the Sydney Science Festival at the Australian Botanic Garden's recent ‘Science in the Wild’ with an educational exhibit showcasing the superpowers found in nature.

1 August 2019
During Sleep Awareness Week (5-11 August), researchers from NICM Health Research Institute are inviting volunteers to participate in a new clinical trial examining the effectiveness of a herbal formula to treat chronic insomnia.

25 July 2019
The research, mostly in mice, delivers some interesting new insights about endometriosis but we still haven't found the cause, let alone a cure.

23 July 2019
NICM congratulate Complementary Medicines Australia (CMA) on winning the highly coveted ‘2019 Association of the Year’ awarded by The Associations Forum.

17 July 2019
Findings released today by a Lancet Psychiatry Commission into health inequities experienced by people with mental illness lays bare their drastic physical health challenges, and recommends changes to health policy and treatment innovations to tackle what is regarded as a “human rights scandal”.

14 July 2019
NICM secures ICON grant to investigate the effects of nutraceuticals curcumin and resveratrol in the management of cardiovascular disease. Recruitment underway for Higher Degree Research candidate.


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