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Kolling researchers receive Australia Day honours .

Two of our outstanding Kolling Institute researchers have been recognised in this year’s Australia Day honours roll. Professor Sue Kurrle has been appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for distinguished service to medicine as a geriatrician, and to research into dementia and cognitive decline. Sue works at Hornsby Ku-ring-gai and Batemans Bay Hospitals, specialising in dementia, frail.....
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Category: Awards, Research Excellence

Recognition for research excellence .

Congratulations to Professor David Hunter who’s received a prestigious University of Sydney Vice Chancellor’s award for outstanding research. The Kolling researcher and rheumatology clinician is regarded as the world’s leading expert in osteoarthritis. Professor Hunter’s research has had a significant and lasting impact in the field of osteoarthritis, influencing clinical practice and access to ev.....
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Category: Awards, New Treatment

Northern Sydney leading the way with arthritis research and clinical care.

The latest exciting research into musculoskeletal disease has been unveiled during the inaugural Northern Lights showcase. Close to 200 people attended the jam packed event in the Kolling auditorium, including clinicians, researchers and many people living with arthritic pain. RNSH Head of Rheumatology Professor Lyn March addressed the event, detailing the devastating cost of the disease to indivi.....
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Category: New Treatment