28 June 2019

The role of law, regulation and policy in feeding the future

The 2019 Food Governance Conference will explore how law, regulation and policy can help address contemporary challenges facing the global food system, including drought, climate change, trade, malnutrition and exploited workers.
27 June 2019

World-first gathering showcased health security's past and future

Spurred on by a desire to help the world better prepare for future major adverse health events, University of Sydney health security expert Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott recently spearheaded the world's first international Global Health Security meet-up.
25 June 2019

Consumer partnership wins inaugural ACTA award

The NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre’s partnership with Miracle Babies Foundation - a consumer body representing parents of sick newborns - has received the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance’s inaugural award for consumer engagement.

14 June 2019

Program launches connecting the public to dementia research

This week the StepUp for Dementia Research program had its official go-live event, attended by a cross-section of the University community, including program ambassadors and university researchers.

14 June 2019

Global health: housing for a healthier future

The conditions of where you live can play a pivotal role in your health and the spread of communicable diseases.
13 June 2019

How to land your dream job in health sciences straight out of uni

In their final year of study and preparing to graduate, Jackson and Manisha took part in the Health Sciences Mentoring Program. Now in the workforce, they reflect on the skills they gained and how it helped them to land a job.
12 June 2019

Global health: Sydney researcher helping to end tuberculosis

Persistent high rates of disease and death caused by tuberculosis (TB) is unacceptable, since TB is curable and it is within our power to make a difference for good, says Professor Ben Marais.
05 June 2019

Sydney Nursing School reaches 25-year milestone in Singapore

The Bachelor of Nursing (Post-Registration) is taught by University of Sydney academics in Singapore and designed for registered nurses who want to extend their clinical practice and progress as a nursing leader.
03 June 2019

A career in global health: Joel Negin

From community development in Eastern Mali to water managment addressing epidemics in Fiji, Professor Joel Negin has devoted his life to ensuring a healthier world for all.

03 June 2019

Every week counts towards the end of pregnancy

Healthcare professionals and expectant mums are being targeted in a new campaign called Every Week Counts, which aims to tackle the trend of giving birth before 39 to 40 weeks.