A team of six University of Queensland students has won the annual HealthFusion Health Care Team Challenge, making it the fourth consecutive win for UQ.

31 October 2017

Global Engagement has developed a new web resource to profile UQ's global connectivity: Global Impact.  Global Impact showcases UQ’s existing and emerging...

27 October 2017
Professor Robyn Tate

RECOVER and the Centre of Research Excellence in Recovery Following Road Traffic Injuries (CRE) is delighted to host a seminar by Professor Robyn Tate.

27 October 2017

As part of this week’s celebrations marking 55 years of speech pathology at The University of Queensland, we caught up with alumna Lynell Bassett.

26 October 2017

If you’ve ever wondered what it is like to study speech pathology, and where those studies could take you, pull up a chair.

26 October 2017
Professor Justin Kenardy, Assoc Prof Vanessa Cobham, Dr Karen Milligan, HRH Prince Charles

An international team of mental health experts, including two University of Queensland researchers, has developed a framework to help children recover from trauma, with the support of The Prince of Wales.

25 October 2017

A University of Queensland study is helping parents and teachers understand the capacity of young children to learn independently, by providing insight into children’s understanding of practice.

24 October 2017

More than 50 years after graduating, Dr Heather Parker recalls her journey from The University of Queensland to outback towns, Canada, and the skies.

23 October 2017

The University of Queensland’s School of Pharmacy will host the 2017 International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology’s (ISPE) 10th Asian Conference later this month.

18 October 2017
Professor Sue Kildea and Karina Hogan, one of the first mums through the Birthing On Country program

A maternity program designed to achieve better health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their babies has received a $1.1 million grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).

11 October 2017

Are you a first year student within the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences?  Head along to HaBS EDGE - part celebration of the culmination of your first year of study, part opportunity to gain information about employability...

11 October 2017
How do we ensure ‘age-friendly environments’?

Streetscapes, cafes, buses and planes aren’t set up to deal with the ageing population explosion, however older people can advocate change to their environment by voicing concerns.

11 October 2017
Reduced training stress may mean a greater number of training sessions can be performed in shorter periods

The belief that lifting heavy weights is necessary to build muscles is being challenged by UQ researchers.

10 October 2017
There are several factors that contribute to the sensations felt while watching pimple popping videos

Why is the internet going crazy for videos of pimples popping, cysts exploding and stomach-churning ingrown hairs?

9 October 2017
Violent partners exploit the relationship between owners and their companion animals

Women in domestic violence relationships delay leaving due to concern their abusive partner might hurt or neglect their animals left at home.

8 October 2017
Professor Saso Ivanovski

An opportunity to reinstate and lead a specialist training program in periodontics has attracted Professor Saso Ivanovski to return to UQ.

29 September 2017
The IT program Patchwork failed to be useful

Failed information technology systems implemented in social welfare agencies – costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars - have provided valuable insight for agencies looking to adopt new systems.

29 September 2017
man in wheelchair

Research into recovery from motor vehicle accidents will benefit from an additional $3.8 million in funding.

21 September 2017
An interdisciplinary approach to research

The University of Queensland’s School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences has ranked among the best in the world for sport science for the second year in a row.

20 September 2017
Heightened levels of inconsistent sleep are unfavourable for athletes wanting to perform at their optimum. Credit: Sergio Montenegro

Junior rugby league players go to bed later than their senior counterparts and are therefore at risk of burning the candle at both ends if this isn’t considered in their routine.

15 September 2017
Professor Hall calls for "rigorous evaluation"

The future of international drug control treaties is in question because of recent treaty-violating decisions to legalise non-medical cannabis use in Canada, the United States and Uruguay.

14 September 2017
The research aims to reduce the frequency of tripping and injuries

A device to measure foot control is being trialled to improve walking ability for adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy.

5 September 2017

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