Discover the latest health news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Seeing epilepsy with surgical precision
Thu 15 Sep 2016
An advanced neuroimaging technique improves severe epilepsy treatment.
How does ice use affect families?
Mon 12 Sep 2016
Psychology lecturer Paula Ross explains how families can help ice users.
Shining a light on Alzheimer’s disease
Thu 08 Sep 2016
Swinburne researchers are mimicking the texture of insect wings to detect early signs of Alzheimer’s.
Poor mental health support for older Australians
Fri 26 Aug 2016
Access to psychologists and psychological services remains poor in Australian residential aged care facilities.
Do you shy away from public toilets?
The anxiety attached to using a public toilet is more common than we all think.
National survey on sexual assault
Tue 23 Aug 2016
Swinburne is joining 38 universities across Australia to conduct a national student survey on sexual assault and harassment.
Mediterranean diet can improve your mind
Fri 19 Aug 2016
New research shows that the Mediterranean diet can improve your mind, as well as your heart.
Swinburne partners with AccessHC
Wed 17 Aug 2016
The MoU is an opportunity for Swinburne and AccessHC to strengthen their collaboration.
Occupational therapy students begin classes
Wed 10 Aug 2016
Master of Occupational Therapy students have begun classes at Swinburne’s Hawthorn campus.
Can we predict who will turn to crime?
Tue 02 Aug 2016
PhD candidate Dawn Gilmore discusses frameworks used to predict who will commit crime later in life.