New data released by the Kirby Centre shows a sharp increase in the diagnosis of gonorrhoea and a widening gap in HIV infection rates between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
The latest report by UNSW’s Centre for Social Research in Health shows increasing use of HIV medications to prevent the spread of HIV by gay and bisexual men.
Australia’s annual report card on STIs and blood-borne viruses finds that gonorrhoea has increased by 63% over the past five years.
Reviews of the global prevalence of injecting drug use and of interventions to prevent the spread of blood-borne viruses among people who inject drugs paint a worrying picture.
The Kirby Institute has been a key player in NSW’s partnership response to HIV, which has reached a historic milestone.
Tens of thousands of Australians have been cured of Hepatitis C since March 2016, writes Greg Dore.
Research from The Kirby Institute adds to the evidence that effectively treating HIV blocks transmission in couples of differing HIV status.
UNSW researcher Martin Holt will explore the social impacts of rapid changes in HIV prevention when he delivers a free public lecture on 22 February.
From wearable sunburn sensors and radical environmental justice, to predicting deluge patterns and stopping HIV in its tracks, UNSW's inspiring young researchers are changing the face of the city.
On World AIDS Day, UNSW’s Kirby Institute has been awarded a $12 million grant to conduct a clinical trial to improve treatment options for people with HIV who have failed first-line antiretroviral therapy.