16 May 2016 The EPIC Research Group from the School of Science and Health at Western Sydney University were successful in being awarded a Research Partnership grant for a mixed-methods project: “Increasing breast screening participation among obese women and women with type 2 diabetes in Western Sydney.”
4 May 2016 Presenting at the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) National Institute for Dementia Research (NNIDR) Australian Dementia Forum in May, NICM’s Dr Genevieve Steiner took out the best presenter award for her oral presentation, which focused on her fellowship project.
22 April 2016 Earlier in April, NICM Associate Professor Dennis Chang and NHMRC-ARC Fellow, Dr Genevieve Steiner presented at the 31st annual conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI2016) hosted in Budapest, Hungary.
Supported by the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australia-China Council, NICM and the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine are proud to present a professional and public education seminar on Chinese medicine in June 2016.
6 April 2016 NICM Adjunct Michael Smith caught up with Professor Alan Bensoussan and Janice Besch in Sydney in mid-February to discuss ways forward in two of NICM’s priority program areas – indigenous bush medicine research and quality assurance; and labelling schemes that communicate the quality of evidence in support of products in market.
6 April 2016 Acupuncture and Chinese medicine practitioners throughout the Asia-Pacific region will gather in Perth from 20-22 May for the Australasian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Annual Conference (AACMAC), connecting with your community.
6 April 2016 In 2016, we will continue to facilitate a strong, strategic approach to the development of the complementary medicine research sector in Australia, and endorse Australia’s role as an international leader in achieving an informed, evidence based approach to complementary medicine use.
6 April 2016 More than a quarter of Australia’s economy can be attributed to advances in science over the past 20 to 30 years. That’s an annual contribution of $330 billion to our national prosperity, and it’s just one measure of the phenomenal impact of the sciences on the way we live and work.