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18

Jun

Results of Testosterone for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Prevention Trial revealed

  The Director of the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health, Professor Gary Wittert, has led a national multi-centre study to answer the question of whether testosterone can decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes in men, after two years of treatment. Co-Investigators include A/Prof Evan Atlantis, Dr Carolyn Allan, Prof Robert McLachlan, Dr Karen Bracken, Dr Alicia Jenkins, …

5

Jun

HRF Grant to examine mental health pre and post COVID-19

Professor Robert Adams (affiliate), Professor of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine and the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health, and Professor  Gary Wittert, Dr Tiffany Gill and Professor Catherine Hill from the University of Adelaide, and Professor Malcolm Battersby, Head of Psychiatry at Flinders University, have been awarded a Hospital Research Foundation grant for $50,000 to define how …

5

May

What COVID-19 really means for men’s health

Click below to read the recent article posted on the Healthy Male Andrology Australia website https://www.healthymale.org.au/news/what-covid-19-really-means-for-mens-health

5

May

Testosterone – When there is too much or not enough – ABC

The Director of the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health and Endocrinologist Professor Gary Wittert recently joined other national experts Professor Rob McLachlan, Medical Director of Healthy Male which provides resources on male reproductive and sexual health, and Professor Helena Teede, Women’s Health at Monash University, in talking to ABC Radio’s Cassie McCullagh all about testosterone. Specifically why testosterone is so …

17

Feb

Welcome – Visiting Fellow from the Netherlands: Ms Rianne de Heus

The Centre welcomes Rianne de Heus who is visiting the FFCMH from The Netherlands to work as postdoctoral research fellow for 6 weeks. During her stay at the FFCMH, Rianne is working with Dr Phillip Tully to explore the association between blood pressure variability and brain health, especially dementia and cognitive impairment. It was recently …

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