In recognition of World Food Day we spoke to Dr Anthony Tuckett fabout the work he is doing with the Burnie Brae Project Pantry Market Day to improve access to nutritional food for older pensioners in need.

12 October 2018
Dr Matthew Gullo

Q+A with Dr Matthew Gullo, Clinical Psychologist and Acting Director of the Centre for Youth Substance Abuse Research (CYSAR).

11 October 2018
older woman thinking about taking a tablet

Karl Winckel, Conjoint Associate Lecturer in the UQ School of Pharmacy, answers the question regarding a daily dose of aspirin.

4 October 2018

When people with dementia hang up their car keys, the sudden loss of mobility can have devastating effects.

27 September 2018
Dr Popat receives his award from Professor Jenny Martin AC, 2018 selection committee chair

A Nanotechnologist from The University of Queensland's School of Pharmacy has been awarded a Queensland Young Tall Poppy award for excellence in science.

25 September 2018
L-R: Professor Helen McCutcheon (Head of School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, Ms Tahlia van Raders, Ms Stephanie Davidson, and Professor Sarah Roberts-Thomson (Associate Dean, Academic)

Students from The University of Queensland (UQ) have taken part in a two-week Summer School at Lund University in Sweden, learning how to take an inter-professional approach to health as an outcome of climate change.

21 September 2018
Winners of the UQ HaBS 3MT Final 2018

Watch all the presentations of the PhD scholars from the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences (HaBS) who competed in the Faculty 3MT® Final.

20 September 2018

A University of Queensland lecturer has received a global teaching award for her dedication to teaching excellence and consistent approach to delivering engaging lectures.

19 September 2018
Dr Whelan said another benefit was that participants were able to more easily include their families

An online program delivering targeted treatment to people suffering from speech disorders after brain injury is the focus of a University of Queensland study.

14 September 2018

UQ researchers have long been interested in the topic of substance abuse, whether alcohol, tobacco, narcotics or prescription drugs, and have been researching the subject from a variety of perspectives.

13 September 2018

Dr Veronique Chachay from UQ's School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences explains the long history of fasting and the more modern approach to fasting for metabolic health issues.

13 September 2018

It’s conflict between separated parents, and not the separation itself, which accounts for many of the problems children of separated parents experience.

13 September 2018

Q+A with Dr Natalie Collins, a lecturer and researcher in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

13 September 2018

In conjunction with National Stroke Week, we asked researchers from UQ's Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences how they hope their research will impact people who have had a stroke.

6 September 2018

University of Queensland experts are available to comment on stroke in conjunction with National Stroke Week. Journalists can contact the following experts below or search by topic or name at UQ Experts.

6 September 2018

The rollout of a University of Queensland parenting program in a community in Ireland has significantly reduced the numbers of children with social, emotional and behavioural problems.

3 September 2018

Cannabis-based medicines should only be used under medical supervision until clinical studies have assessed their safety and efficacy, a University of Queensland drug expert has cautioned.

3 September 2018
The University of Queensland

A global scientific leaderboard has ranked researchers at The University of Queensland number one in the Open Science movement.

31 August 2018
Dr Anita Green, HMNS

So much has to go right for an athlete to win a gold medal. One of those things is staying healthy.

30 August 2018

Efforts to rehabilitate contaminated environments have netted UQ researchers more than $3.6 million, with UQ being awarded four out of nine grants funded through an ARC Special Research Initiative.

30 August 2018

SMS reminders sent to patients booked in to addiction treatment sessions significantly increase attendance rates, University of Queensland research has found.

29 August 2018
Guards in the Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971. (photo source:

Some of the world's leading social psychologists have called for “an open and respectful debate” over the interpretation of one of the discipline’s most infamous experiments.

29 August 2018