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Research to inform new guidelines on the safe use of medicines .

Two Royal North Shore Hospital clinician researchers will play a key role in a national research project to improve the use of medications across the community. Head of the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Kolling researcher Professor Sarah Hilmer and Head of the Department of General Practice Associate Professor Fiona Robinson will help drive the project which has been awarded mo.....
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Category: Funding support, Research Excellence

Recognition for a remarkable career.

Kolling Institute researcher and Royal North Shore Hospital clinician Professor Carol Pollock has been recognised for her extraordinary contribution to healthcare in this year’s Queen’s birthday honour roll. Professor Pollock has been appointed an officer of the order of Australia for her distinguished service to medical research, education and science, nephrology, and clinical practice .....
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Category: Awards, Cardiovascular and Renal Research, Research Excellence

Researchers join celebrations for national award.

Kolling Institute researchers have been recognised with a prestigious award for an initiative to support people to return to work after injury. The project, named Early Matched Care at Australia Post, was named the 2021 Winner of Comcare’s national Recovery at and Return to Work Award. The research team was led by Professor Michael Nicholas, from the Pain Management Research Centre at RN.....
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Category: Awards, Research Excellence

Technology to bring relief to those with low back pain.

With many of us looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle, researchers say a new approach may not only deliver benefits for your heart and waistline but may reduce low back pain as well. The condition affects one in six Australians or four million people and is the leading cause of adult musculoskeletal pain worldwide. Researchers from the University of Sydney and the Kolling Institute have.....
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Category: Musculoskeletal Research, Research Excellence

Research highlights the dangers of early births.

Doctors and researchers are increasingly concerned at the steady rise in premature twin births in New South Wales. Professor Jonathan Morris and his team from the Kolling’s Women and Babies Research group analysed over 14,000 twin pregnancies from 2003-2014, finding 49 per cent of twins were born premature before 37 weeks, and 69 per cent of all births were planned either by pre-labour c.....
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Category: Research Excellence

New Kolling Research Strategy Brochure.

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Category: Research Excellence

The Kolling unveils new research strategy.

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Every week counts in the lead up to birth.

The Kolling’s Women and Babies Research team is calling for a reduction in the number of early births, with the latest research highlighting the benefits of labour as close to 40 weeks as possible. Twenty years ago, the majority of women gave birth at 40 weeks. Today it’s between 38 and 39 weeks and continuing to get earlier. This trend is due to the growing number of planned early birth.....
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Category: Cardiovascular and Renal Research, Research Excellence

Kolling researcher honoured with prestigious, international role.

Congratulations to the Kolling’s Acting Executive Director Professor Chris Little following his election to the Board of Directors of the Orthopaedic Research Society. It is regarded as the world’s leading orthopaedic research society, representing clinicians and researchers across the scientific spectrum from fundamental science to clinical research and clinical trials. Professor Littl.....
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Category: Musculoskeletal Research, Research Excellence

Executive Director joins elite group of Australian health professionals .

Congratulations to the Kolling’s Executive Director Professor Carolyn Sue, elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences for her outstanding contribution to health and medical research in Australia. Professor Sue is part of a distinguished group recognised for their personal achievement, outstanding leadership and continuing involvement in health and medi.....
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Category: Awards, Research Excellence