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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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PROFESSOR RUTH HUBBARD RECEIVES $1.5 MILLION IN RESEARCH FUNDING

Prof Hubbard from UQ Faculty of Medicine and her team who will be leading this project right here at TRI.

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SPARQ-ED IS BACK

SPARQ-ed is seeking expressions of interest from researchers in the building who would like to inspire students to consider STEM subjects and careers

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NEW CEO FOR THE TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

The Translational Research Institute (TRI) Board has appointed renowned respiratory specialist, Professor Scott Bell as the Institute’s new CEO.

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CANCER CHROMOSOMES GIVE THE GAME AWAY


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2019 EVENTS WRAP UP

Take a look at a snapshot of the events held at TRI through out 2019.

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BLOOD PRESSURE DRUG COULD HELP PROBLEM DRINKERS

The drug, pindolol, could be beneficial in treating alcohol use disorders.

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TARGETING OBESITY-RELATED LIVER DISEASE

A new treatment for obesity-related liver diseases is being developed by a new UQ spin-off company.

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NEW CEO FOR THE TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE


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IMMUNE ‘CHECKPOINT SWITCH-OFF’ ENABLES DESTRUCTION OF CANCER CELLS

Researchers have discovered a new mechanism used by Epstein-Barr virus, which can cause blood cancers, to evade the immune system.

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METRO SOUTH HEALTH REWARD, RECOGNITION AND RESEARCH EXCELLENCE AWARDS (RRREA)

Almost 50 awards were presented on the evening totalling over $3 million in additional funding

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2020 ROOM BOOKINGS CALENDAR

The TRI 2020 room booking calendar will open at 10am on Monday the 18th of November 2019.

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DR FELICITY DAVIS WINS 2019 METCALF PRIZES FOR STEM CELL RESEARCH

Winners of the National Stem Cell Foundation of Australia’s Metcalf Prizes announced

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AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR COMPLEX INTEGRATED SURGICAL SOLUTIONS (ACCISS) LAUNCH

ACCISS offers hope that difficult clinical problems can be solved.

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HEALTH ALERT OVER EIGHT NEW MEASLES CASES REPORTED IN BRISBANE

Eight new cases of measles were reported in Brisbane’s southside area including the PA Hospital

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MICROBA TO MOVE INTO THE US MEDICAL MARKET

Microba has been chosen as one of five start-ups to move into the US medical market & train with California Life Sciences Institute (CLSI)

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THE DILEMMAS OF GOVERNANCE AND TRANSLATIONAL TRIALS SUMMARY


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THE HON KAREN ANDREWS, MP OFFICIALLY OPENS MTP OFFICE IN TRI BUILDING

Hon Karen Andrews MP, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology yesterday who was here to officially open the MTPConnect Queensland office.

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KEY LEARNINGS FROM IMAGINE 2019

The two day summit featured world leading experts from the UK, Germany, America, Italy and Australia.

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JYOTSNA BATRA AWARDED YOUNG TALL POPPY AWARD

QUT's A/Prof Batra selected as an Outstanding Early Career Researcher

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UICC SHORTLISTS PROFESSOR IAN FRAZER AC FOR ITS OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO CANCER CONTROL AWARD

Mr Frazer shares the nomination with the presidents of Uruguay, Dr Tabaré Vázquez and Zambia, Edgar Chagwa Lungu

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AUSBIOTECH EARLY STAGE INVESTMENT FORUM

Showcase your Biotech techology or project idea to an expert panel

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OVER $8 MILLION IN FUNDING BOOST FOR TRI BASED RESEARCHERS ANNOUNCED

Queensland based researchers will benefit from over $59 million in research funding

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