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NEW OVARIAN CANCER DIAGNOSTIC GOING TO TRIAL

Professor John Hooper has received an MRFF grant to trial a new diagnostic for epithelial ovarian cancer.

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GRANT A BOOST FOR BONE CANCER RESEARCH

Dr Nathalie Bock has received a CureCancer grant to find new and better ways of assessing prostate cancer when it has spread to bones.

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USING PLACENTA STEM CELLS TO HELP BONES MEND

Scientists are preparing to trial a treatment using placental stem cells to heal fractures.

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UNPACKING THE ROLE OF MESSENGER PROTEINS IN DISEASES

Discoveries made by Dr Andrew Brooks could improve patient outcomes for many diseases.

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GENOMICS RESEARCH TO IMPROVE INDIGENOUS HEALTH

TRI researchers working to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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MAKING TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH EASIER IN QLD

BDHP Research Passport Agreement aims to streamline the approval process for researchers, saving them time and legal costs!

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LATEST TRI GRANTS BOOST CANCER RESEARCH

TRI has awarded three new grants to fast-track cancer research.

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WORLD-FIRST SALIVA TEST DETECTS HIDDEN THROAT CANCER

A saliva test developed by QUT scientists affiliated with TRI has detected early throat cancer.

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DIRECTORS’ CHOICE SERIES LAUNCHES AT TRI

A brand new series that will provide you with insights from current and past journal editors

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GROWTH HORMONE BOOSTS LIVER SURGERY SUCCESS

TRI-based researchers discover Growth Hormone plays an important role in increasing the success of liver surgery.

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NEW OVARIAN AND PANCREATIC CANCER TREATMENT

Professor Hooper has developed a biomolecule which he hopes to begin trialling in patients with ovarian and pancreatic cancer.

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PROMISING NEW DRUG FOR ACUTE MYELOID LEUKAEMIA

A new drug in clinical trials has the potential to improve the survival rate of patients with acute myeloid leukaemia.

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MELANOMA REVEALING ITS SECRETS

Professor Nikolas Haass and his team are unlocking the secrets of melanoma cells to identify better treatments for the cancer.

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NEW DRUG TO BEAT CHEMO RESISTANCE IN OVARIAN CANCER

In a preclinical study, researchers find low doses of a drug can overcome chemotherapy resistance in an ovarian cancer sub-type

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SUPERCHARGING FLU VACCINE

TRI respiratory specialist leads a new clinical trial to test the benefits of fibre supplements in enhancing the flu vaccine.

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VACCINE PATCH TRIAL SUCCESS

Vaxxas’ micro-needle patch demonstrated significantly enhanced immune response compared to vaccination by needle/syringe.

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PARKINSON’S DISEASE LINKED TO GENE TARGETED BY BLUE-GREEN ALGAE TOXIN

Scientists have discovered a possible link between Parkinson’s disease and a gene impacted by a neurotoxin found in blue-green algae.

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NEW BIOBANK IMPROVES BREAST CANCER RESEARCH


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NEW DRUG COMBINATION COULD SUPPORT BETTER CANCER TREATMENTS

Researchers have identified a promising new drug combination that could significantly help the immune system target cancer cells and kill them.

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MELANOMA RISK IN YOUNG AUSTRALIANS GOES BEYOND THE BURN


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TRI CEO CALLS FOR EUREKA AWARD NOMINATIONS

Applications for the 2020 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes open this Wednesday!

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TRIAL BEGINS FOR NEW THROAT CANCER TREATMENT

TRI is funding a world-first human trial into HPV throat cancer

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SOURCE OF INFLAMMATION FOUND FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Researchers find new details about how joint inflammation evolves in rheumatoid arthritis, and the cells that prolong the inflammatory attack.

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1.5 MILLION FUNDING FOR AGEING AND AGED CARE RESEARCH

The Australian Government awarded $1.5 million funding to Prof Ruth Hubbard for ageing and aged care research

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