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GENETIC TESTING EDUCATION COULD ACCELERATE ITS POTENTIAL

Dr Aideen McInerey-Leo finds public has low level of understanding of genetic testing

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SKIN CANCER TREATMENT AIMS TO HELP TRANSPLANT PATIENTS

A new medication could help prevent organ transplant recipients from developing harmful skin cancers.

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PUTTING MAMMARY GLANDS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

Scientists visualise molecular mechanisms of lactation

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GENETIC LINK BETWEEN LOWER BIRTHWEIGHT AND RISK OF DISEASE

Genetics linked to a higher risk of heart and metabolic disease in later life for lower birthweight babies

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TRI RESEARCHER WINS 2020 GEORGINA SWEET AWARD

A/Prof Antje Blumenthal, has been recognised with a 2020 Georgina Sweet Award for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science

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NO SINGLE GENE GOVERNS LEFT-HANDEDNESS

UQ researchers identify 48 genetic variants influencing if a person is left-handed, right-handed or ambidextrous.

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DRUG RESEARCH PIVOTS FROM PROSTATE CANCER TO COVID-19

Dr Lisa Philp is leading a study, adapting prostate research for COVID-19 treatment.

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HIGH CHOLESTEROL PROTECTS AGAINST INFECTION

A/Prof Katharina Ronacher finds cholesterol plays role in helping immune system fight bacterial infections.

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TRI LAUNCHES $10,000 APPEAL TO RAISE FUNDS FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH


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GENOMIC TREASURE TROVE

Dr Mark Adams is uncovering potential new treatments and diagnostics as he delves into the human genome.

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NEW MEDTECH MANUFACTURING CAPABILITY

TRI launches its new state-of-the-art clinical cleanroom manufacturing and training facility, T3 Cleanrooms.

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NEW MEDTECH MANUFACTURING CAPABILITY

TRI launches its new state-of-the-art clinical cleanroom manufacturing and training facility, T3 Cleanrooms.

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RESEARCH FOCUS ON RARE LYMPHOMAS

Haematologist, Dr Colm Keane, has a clear focus on improving patient outcomes through his lymphoma research program at TRI.

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DRUG DOESN'T REDUCE HEART DISEASE IN KIDNEY PATIENTS

TRI researchers were part of a large study looking at a commonly prescribed drug for kidney patients.

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INVENTION DRIVING NEEDLE-FREE VACCINE DELIVERY

TRI unpacks the Vaxxas journey as their needle-free vaccine delivery product nears commercial reality.

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DIGESTIVE HEALTH RESEARCH CENTRE LAUNCHES

This new research centre is designed to come up with cures for painful gastrointestinal disorders.

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AWAKENING THE IMMUNE SYSTEM TO FIGHT DISEASES

Dr Fernando Guimaraes is developing new immunotherapies to fight cancer and diseases.

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NEW AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE AND CANCER THERAPEUTICS

Professor Ranjeny Thomas is leading the development of potential new treatments for a range of autoimmune diseases and cancers.

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WORLD-FIRST TECHNIQUE FOR CANCER TREATMENTS


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IMPROVED CARE FOR KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS

Professor David Johnson, is championing patient-centred kidney disease research.

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GENE COULD GUIDE BETTER TREATMENT OF MOST COMMON BREAST CANCER

Gene can indicate breast cancer patient treatment response

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GENETIC TEST COULD IMPROVE OSTEOPOROSIS SCREENING

TRI-based researchers have helped develop a new genetic measure for osteoporosis

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RESEARCHERS OPTIMISING CANCER SURVIVORS’ OUTCOMES

Cancer nurse researchers are working with TRI-based scientists to improve outcomes for cancer survivors.

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WORLD-FIRST GENETIC & ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS IDENTIFIED FOR CHILDHOOD EPILEPSY

TRI-based researchers find genetic and environmental link for form of diabetes.

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