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21 May 2019
Premiering last night, SBS’s new eight-part series, produced by Warner Bros. Medicine or Myth? consults with NICM researchers to determine through science and evidence which remedies are perhaps more myth than genuine alternative medicine. Watch all episodes at SBS on Demand or on SBS Monday nights at 8.30pm.

6 May 2019
Congratulations to NICM Research Fellow, Justin Sinclair, awarded Researcher of the Year at the BIMA annual gala dinner held at Sydney's Hilton Hotel in May.

2 May 2019
We are delighted to congratulate Beatrice Venkataya, who graduated with a Master of Research in May. Her research project concentrated on bush medicine.

29 April 2019
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome say they find it hard to lose weight. Here's what they can do to improve their symptoms and long-term health.

27 March 2019
NICM research continues to be ‘world standard or above’ according to the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) evaluation. The result confirms, for the third consecutive triennium of rating, NICM as a world-leading research institution, rated the highest possible - ERA 5.

25 March 2019
Congratulations to Associate Professor O’Brien for her selection on the TGA’s Advisory Committee on Complementary Medicines and Dr Steiner for her working group appointment with NHMRC NNIDR.

12 March 2019
Undertaking acupuncture during IVF at the time of an embryo transfer can help alleviate the anxiety experienced during IVF by many women, according to NICM researcher’s latest findings.

6 February 2019
Eating a healthy diet can ease symptoms of depression, according to an analysis of data from almost 46, 000 people. The study pooled the results of 16 randomised controlled trials that looked at the effects of dietary interventions on symptoms of depression and anxiety.

23 January 2019
Under the Australian Government’s Innovation Connections scheme, NICM researchers will partner with Pharmako Biotechnologies to investigate a new form of curcumin for improving chronic inflammation.

17 January 2019
Research led by Dr Mike Armour has found that lifestyle interventions consisting of low-impact exercise, heat and acupressure are among the most effective self-care techniques for managing period pain.


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