local innovation. global impact.
our researchers drive discoveries that challenge conventional thinking, break new ground and change lives.
research that matters
our researchers embrace the opportunity to delve into the world's most perplexing and confronting challenges, resulting in research that makes a difference in our regions and around the globe.
our research strengths
innovation and partnerships
strong partnerships – both new and established – are central to the research we do. with these partnerships, we can make an impact on local and global fronts.
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discovery and impact
concussions research proves game-changing
considered one of australia’s top concussion researchers, associate professor andrew gardner is leading one of the world’s largest longitudinal studies to help reduce the risk of concussive injury in sport and improve care for current and retired athletes.
easing the sting of snakebites
the university of newcastle is leading world-first research programs, collaborating with other experts around the world to make snakebite treatments more precise and effective.
medicinal cannabis: getting it right
university of newcastle clinical pharmacologist professor jennifer martin is leading research to address information and evidence gaps regarding medicinal cannabis – from optimal growing conditions through to prescribing guidance.