The Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation (JTSI) is leading the development of a new strategic 10-year Science and Technology Plan for Western…
On February 13th, the WAHTN bid farewell to our inaugural Chairman, the Hon Malcolm McCusker, and outgoing Executive Director, Prof Gary Geelhoed, in…
The Western Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN) in partnership with the Women’s Health Research Translation and Impact Network (WHRTN) has proudly launched the Women’s…
Dr Roslyn Ward of Curtin University, 2019 WAHTN Early Career Fellowship in Translational Health Research.
Roslyn’s Fellowship project, “B2: I Can Communicate”, was…
The Western Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN) is pleased to welcome our new Executive Director, Professor Ian Paul Everall, who started with us on…
Professor Girish Dwivedi, 2019 Health Service Translational Research Project grant recipient
Professor Girish Dwivedi of the South Metropolitan Health Service, the Harry Perkins…
Dr Fenella Gill, 2019 Early Career Fellowship recipient
Over its first five years, WAHTN distributed more than $3.85 million from the Medical Research Future…
Science on the Swan (SOTS) 2022 has successfully concluded after three days of inspirational talks, shared learnings and useful networking around the theme…
As one of 11 researchers awarded a 12-month WAHTN Early Career Fellowship in Translational Health Research, Dr Janessa Pickering successfully developed tools and protocols…
Over its first five years, WAHTN distributed more than $3.85 million from the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) to Early Career Fellowships and…
Applications are invited for the Translation Fellowships 2021: Mental Health Program.
The Translation Fellowships 2021 Program aims to support translational research in the area…
The value of involving consumers in health and medical research cannot be underestimated. Consumer and community involvement (CCI) brings a unique perspective to all…
WAHTN congratulates the recipients of Raine Foundation research grants.
Raine Priming Grants
Dr Qi Fang: Raine Robson Fellow, BRITElab, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical…
The course enables multidisciplinary teams to identify digital health technology opportunities which have huge potential to personalise and improve access to care, reduce costs…
Applications are invited for the Future Health Research and Innovation (FHRI) Fund Innovation Challenge 2021:
Child and Youth Mental Health (the Challenge)
Get an introduction to what consumer and community involvement in research is, and what it brings to best practice health and medical research, via…
Applications are now open for the Raine Medical Research Foundation 2021 Publication Prizes.
The purpose of the Prizes is to acknowledge the achievements of…