HMRI is committed to improving the wellbeing of humanity through health and medical research.
Our researchers are contributing valuable knowledge and expertise towards improving our understanding of diseases and conditions that touch the lives of people known to each of us.
The HMRI Research Programs draw together basic biomedical, clinical and public health researchers from Hunter New England Health, the University of Newcastle and Calvary Mater Newcastle, who are conducting the best health and medical research to improve the wellbeing of the community.
HMRI facilitates collaborations between researchers translating groundbreaking scientific advances into better clinical care, competitive commercial products and improved health care guidelines.
HMRI Research Programs receive funding from the community to support research projects, equipment, scholarships, fellowships and travel grants.
HMRI Research Programs also receive infrastructure funding from the NSW Office for Medical Research through the Medical Research Support Program, and the NSW Department of Health through the Capacity Building Infrastructure Grant Program. This funding supports essential research infrastructure, including research salaries, research equipment and technology services.