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SUGAR OVERLOAD MAY BE A RECIPE FOR LONG-TERM PROBLEMS

Prof Selena Bartlett helped lead a study looking at the neurological impact of sugar.

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IMMUNE CELLS FOUND TO ATTACK MELANOMA

Prof Gabrielle Belz and her team discovered a type of immune cells can halt the rapid development of melanoma

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3D-PRINTED KIDNEY MODEL PROVES EFFECTIVE AS HANDS-ON EDUCATION TOOL

ACCISS has developed a 3D-printed kidney model as a hands-on education tool for A&TSI patients

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FUNDING FOR TRANSLATIONAL MANUFACTURING INSTITUTE

Queensland Government announces funding support for the Translational Manufacturing Institute at TRI

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VACCINE RESPONSE LINKED TO HORMONE

TRI-based Prof Di Yu and his team have discovered the metabolic hormone, leptin, can influence the body's response to vaccines.

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AI OPENING NEW FIELDS FOR CANCER RESEARCHERS

Dr Pascal Duijf is using AI to unearth potential new treatments for cancers

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UQDI RESEARCHERS FIND NEW WAY TO REDUCE SCARRING

Prof Kiarash Khosrotehrani and his team discover molecule target to reduce scarring.

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FDA APPROVAL FOR NEW SALIVA ORAL AND THROAT CANCER DIAGNOSTIC

Research by TRI-affiliated A/Prof Chamindie Punyadeera has led to the commercialisation of a new diagnostic.

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POTENTIAL NEW TREATMENT COULD HELP SAVE COVID-19 PATIENTS

Anti-inflammatory drug, IC14, enters Phase II clinical trial to treat severely ill COVID-19 patients.

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US DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE BREAST CANCER GRANT

Dr Fernando Guimaraes has been awarded US$750K to progress a new breast cancer treatment

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BREAKTHROUGH THERAPY CURES LYMPHOMA PATIENT

A Mater Research team has cured a patient of a rare type of lymphoma

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ANTICANCER AND ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDE TREATMENTS

QUT's Dr Sónia Henriques, is developing selective and potent anticancer peptide-based treatments.

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NEW FUNDING FOR COVID-19 RESEARCH

Mater Research's TRI-based Dr Mitchell Sullivan has received funding for a COVID-19 research project.

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RESEARCH COLLABORATION CHANGES UNDERSTANDING OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

Alzheimer's disease breakthrough

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DISCOVERY OF NEW TYPE OF BONE CELL GIVES HOPE FOR OSTEOPOROSIS

TRI-based UQDI scientists part of a groundbreaking bone cell study

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BLOOD BIOMARKER DETECTS COVID-19 SEVERITY

A rapid, new blood test for COVID-19 is being commercialised.

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CREATING PREDICTIVE TOOLS FOR LUNG CANCER AND COVID-19

QUT's TRI-based Dr Arutha Kulasinghe is developing new prognostic tests for cancers and COVID-19.

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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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