We are excited to announce that we have launched our own research magazine, In-SPHERE to showcase the research across our Clinical Academic Groups, Strategic Platforms and Partnerships.
The first issue of In-SPHERE was launched today as a digital magazine and is packed to the brim with articles about exciting research including a study on an innovative treatment program for low back pain, a new medical device which could see improved treatment outcomes for people with chronic constipation and faecal incontinence, and insight into the positive and negatives of Birth in the time of COVID.
“We are excited to launch our quarterly publication which not only showcases our research and health outcomes of that research but also captures the benefits of working together collaboratively across our partnerships,” says Interim Executive Director, Professor Chris White.
Since its inception, Maridulu Budyari Gumal has become Australia’s first advanced Health Research and Translation Centre (AHRTC) delivering substantial partner investment from 16 partners including four Australian universities, two local area health districts, two specialty health networks and eight medical research institutes.
In addition to articles on the latest research, three exceptional women are profiled in this edition of In-SPHERE including SPHERE’s Consumer and Community Involvement Lead, Ainslie Cahill AM, the Co-Lead of our Age and Ageing Clinical Academic Group, Associate Professor Genevieve Steiner-Lim and Cancer CAG Research Fellow, Dr Georgina Kennedy.
“These three women are excellent examples of drive, initiative and determination to make a real difference,” said Professor White.
“We’re thrilled with the first issue and look forward to hearing feedback on this first edition as well as story ideas for future issues.”
The magazine can be read online and can also be downloaded as a PDF.
To be notified when the next issue is published, email email@example.com