A leading expert in primary healthcare will call for a public debate about the merits of population medical screening at a free public lecture on Tuesday 15 September.
Researchers have found a strong link between depression and cognitive decline which could pave the way for new treatment options for dementia.
Support Melanoma Research by purchasing a ticket to see a special screening of the latest Mission Impossible movie at Event Cinemas Innaloo on Monday, 10 August 2015.
A major study has revealed that more than four out of five Chinese students suffer from myopia and researchers warn Australia could see similar rates of short sightedness in the future.
Paramedicine student Ben O'Regan is preparing to move to the UK after being offered a job with the London Ambulance Service.
Huntington's disease is a devastating neurodegenerative disorder that has no cure, but researchers have found a way to regenerate the parts of the brain that the disease attacks.
WA children are being exposed to potentially elevated levels of metals in their food according to Dr Anna Callan.
The Melanoma Research Group needs participants for research into developing a routine blood test for Melanoma.
Discover the latest melanoma treatments and research at a public lecture during National Science Week.
Professor Ralph Martins continues to work on enhancing the lives of people as they age.
ECU welcomed 27 Aboriginal high school students to the Joondalup Campus last week to take part in fun health and science activities.
Brienna Forster is counting down the days until she flies to Bali, but her six-month stay will be no holiday.
ECU researchers will investigate ways to reduce hospitalisation rates for aged care facility residents after being awarded a grant worth more than $300,000.
Some of ECU’s top Paramedical Science students are off to the Top End after being recruited as paramedics by St Johns Ambulance NT.
Melanoma could soon be detected in its early stages using a new blood test, thanks to a $450,000 grant to ECU.