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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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DIABETES DRUG COULD PREVENT KIDNEY FAILURE

Australasian Kidney Trials Network secure grant for polycystic kidney disease.

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ANOTHER WORLD FIRST SURGERY FOR ACCISS

The ACCISS team have completed another world first surgery using 3D printed technology to improve a birth defect known as “funnel chest.”

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CSL SIGNS DEAL FOR NEW AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE THERAPEUTIC

Prof Ranjeny Thomas is partnering with CSL to commercialise a treatment for Sjogren's Syndrome

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TACKLING TYPE 1 DIABETES FROM PREVENTION TO BETTER TREATMENTS

Professor Josephine Forbes is at the international forefront of Type 1 diabetes research.

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IMPROVING GENETIC TESTING FOR SKIN CANCER

Dr Aideen McInerney-Leo is leading a series of multifaceted studies aimed at improving genetic testing for skin cancer.

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EARLY BREAKTHROUGH WITH CANCER VACCINE

A/Prof Kristen Radford and her team are developing a new cancer vaccine.

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NEW ENDOMETRIAL CANCER DIAGNOSTIC

A newly discovered endometrial cancer diagnostic method will enable early detection.

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INTERNSHIPS FOCUSING YEAR 12'S STEM AMBITIONS

Student interns are being given the opportunity to expand their skill sets beyond the classroom and into the laboratory at TRI!

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DRUG USED TO SLOW KIDNEY DISEASE INEFFECTIVE


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QUEST FOR PERSONALISED LUNG-CANCER TREATMENT

Dr Mark Adams has been awarded a grant for his research into lung cancer.

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MATER RESEARCH LEADS QUEENSLAND-FIRST TRIAL ASSESSING IMPACTS OF COVID-19 ON EXPECTANT PARENTS

The landmark study will assess the impacts of the pandemic on expectant parents and their unborn babies.

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LIFETIME DEDICATED TO PROSTATE AND BLADDER CANCER RESEARCH

A new treatment for prostate and bladder cancers is just one outcome from the research career of Prof Pamela Russell.

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TISSUE ENGINEERING ADVANCING MEDICAL CARE

Dr Laura Bray is leading a range of tissue engineering projects from future breast implant technology to nanoparticles to treat cancer.

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NEW EVIDENCE OF DANGERS OF HIGH-FAT DIET ON PRE-CANCEROUS CONDITION

Thanks to a TRI research grant, scientists have found a link between diet and throat cancer.

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PARTNERSHIPS PROPEL NEW VACCINE DELIVERY PLATFORM

TRI-based biotech, Vaxxas, announces two international partnership deals.

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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 METASTASIS 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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