A one-stop source of information to promote physical activity, good nutrition and healthy weight will be officially launched today by Health Minister John Hill.
Flinders University Professor Keryn Williams’ 25-year mission to decrease the burden of blindness has earned her a major National Heath and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Fellowship.
Flinders University’s newest building and its builders, Mossop Constructions, have received a national award from the Master Builders’ Association.
Flinders University research projects into sleep apnea, superbug drug resistance and colorectal cancer are among 10 projects to receive $8.44 million in National Health and Medical Research Council funding announced today.
One of Australia’s most successful businessmen and a major benefactor of Flinders University, Mr Greg Poche AO, is the winner of the Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Support of Higher Education 2010.
Flinders University eye researcher Professor Doug Coster has been awarded a $58,000 grant by the Ramaciotti Foundations to assist him in continuing his outstanding biomedical research.
Flinders University has won Australian Research Council (ARC) funding for a project to improve the measurement of brain signals via the scalp that will assist in the development of brain-controlled devices for very disabled people, as well as better diagnosis of neurological disease.
A program that takes students of health professional courses to remote Indigenous communities has won an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Citation for a team of Flinders academics, and is one of six citations made to the University.
Professor Michael Kidd, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Flinders University, has become the first Australian in more than 30 years to be elected President of the World Organisation of Family Doctors.