With the growing popularity of fitness watches that track personal data, including sleep, more people are using the information to inform choices about their health.
But is this information really accurate? And can it be helpful to doctors?<10 December, 2019
A two-year project aimed at improving focus and attention in developmentally vulnerable children during the early years of schooling has received funding from the Ian Potter Foundation.News 28 November, 2019
Professor Kim Cornish, Director of the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, has been honoured with the position of Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor.News 12 November, 2019
In an extraordinary round of funding achievement, Turner Institute researchers have secured over $7.6m in NHMRC Investigator Awards announced last week. Six researchers, from junior to senior levels, secured funding with a remarkable success rateNews 18 September, 2019
The Turner Institute seeks to advance industry research partnerships to ensure that the transition from basic discovery to impact is seamless and sustainable. In the newly established Turner Industry Engagement and Translation Council, we willTurner Institute 18 September, 2019