In partnership with the University of Newcastle and Hunter New England Local Health District,  HMRI’s 1400 clinical and biomedical researchers work across seven key translational research programs:

  • Brain and Mental Health
  • Cancer
  • Cardiovascular Health
  • Information Based Medicine
  • Pregnancy and Reproduction
  • Public Health
  • Viruses, Infections/Immunity, Vaccines and Asthma (VIVA)

By attracting community donations and key Government and industry support, HMRI helps to improve our understanding of diseases and conditions that touch the lives of people known to each of us.

HMRI researchers receive philanthropic 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.