Three major projects, focusing on reducing stigma, community-led models and assessment of people living with chronic hepatitis B, have received funding.
The Kirby Institute is calling for people at risk of monkeypox to enrol in the TraX study to help shape the public health response.
Several countries are preparing to distribute Omicron-adapted COVID-19 boosters. What does this mean for Australia?
Researchers will investigate treatment measures for COVID-19 infection and the aerosol transmission of SARS-COV-2.
The sustained downward trend is likely due to high uptake of prevention measures, testing and high levels of treatment.
The third-generation vaccine has fewer potential side effects than second-generation vaccines and can be safely given to people with weakened immune systems.
Serosurveys provide a more complete picture of how much COVID is out there than testing alone, because they measure antibodies to the virus.
Research estimates that in Australia a blood donation from a person who could potentially transmit Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease would occur once every 65 years.
New research estimates proportion of the adult population in Australia with evidence of past infection following the Omicron wave.
Australian Human Rights Institute’s Allison Carter and UNSW Law & Justice’s Luke McNamara explain what the reforms mean for preventative responses to sexual violence and their impact from a criminal justice perspective.