24th January 2022

$2.8m MRFF boost for vital cancer immunotherapy research

Mater Research will begin trialing a new targeted immunotherapy in 2022 to treat a rare but devastating blood cancer thanks to a $2.8m grant

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23 November 2020

Putting mammary glands under the microscope

Scientists visualise molecular mechanisms of lactation
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23 November 2020

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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23 November 2020

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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23 November 2020

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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16 November 2020

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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9 November 2020

High cholesterol protects against infection

A/Prof Katharina Ronacher finds cholesterol plays role in helping immune system fight bacterial infections.
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ASSC Genetics Summit 21 March 2022

The Australian Skin and Skin Cancer Research Centre (ASSC) is hosting the Genetics Summit
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