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17 December 2018
Join NICM's Adjunct Associate Professor Vicki Kotsirilos AM for The Medicine in China tour - see China’s history, culture and medicine. Eligible for CPD points.

10 December 2018
NICM has recently featured in global, national, state and local media including: Newsweek, Bloomberg, SBS Insight, ABC Radio National, Today Tonight, 7NEWS, National Nine News, The Daily Telegraph, and more.

7 December 2018
A NICM research team led by Dr Mike Armour has been successful in being awarded a partnership grant with Metagenics for a trial on a Chinese medicine formula for endometriosis.

20 November 2018
A collaborative program between NICM and the Belgravia Foundation, called “Take Charge!”, has now successfully provided community exercise interventions to over 300 people with mental illness in NSW and VIC.

19 November 2018
Congratulations to NICM PhD student and yoga practitioner, Kylie Barr finalist recipient of the ATMS and Nature and Health Award for 2018 Student of the Year.

14 November 2018
For the almost 500,000 Australians who suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), hope is on the horizon as NICM researchers trial a new treatment which has shown promising results in previous studies. Speaking during Psychology Week (Nov. 11-17), Professor Jerome Sarris Chief Investigator of the NHMRC trial said he hopes the research will lead to an effective treatment to reduce the suffering of patients for whom no effective treatment exists.

13 November 2018
We’ve heard of endometriosis, but there’s another women’s condition, adenomyosis, many don’t know about. The two often come together, though they are quite different.

1 November 2018
New guidelines have been published by the European Psychiatric Association (EPA) on physical exercise as a treatment for severe mental illness, involving research from NICM's Dr Firth.

31 October 2018
The ground-breaking work of an international team of physical activity researchers, including Dr Joseph Firth from the NICM Health Research Institute, has been recognised by one of the world’s leading publishers for work that will “significantly impact people's lives around the world”.

24 October 2018
Dr Mike Armour’s research in women’s health investigating ‘The Problem of Period Pain’ has been awarded for its impact, as a joint winner of the 2018 Western Sydney University Research Impact competition.


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Upcoming Seminars

NICM Health Research Institute Webinar:

Ayahuasca – From the Jungle to the Lab
Presented by Dr Simon Ruffell, Psychiatrist and Senior Research Fellow at Psychae Institute, Melbourne.
28 June, 2022, Online (Zoom)