Forty years after the first case of AIDS was described in the United States, the number of people diagnosed with HIV in Australia is at an all-time low.
An analysis published in the lead up to World AIDS Day reveals that HIV is ‘virally suppressed’ in only 59 per cent of children and adolescents on treatment.
Emotive claims, like COVID vaccination being unethical or coercive, are more likely to be shared on social media. But we can fight back.
This is the first and largest study to predict protection against variants using neutralising antibodies.
Researchers and clinicians will work in close partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to develop a national framework for ‘point-of-care’ testing for infectious diseases.
25 UNSW academics receive Ideas Grants for research in medicine and health, science and engineering.
Medical researchers have outlined a strategy to generate future-proofed COVID-19 vaccines that can resist emergent new viral strains.
While COVID-19 treatments are not a substitute for vaccinations, they can act as an additional layer in the fight against SARS-CoV-2.
UNSW Sydney academics recognised for outstanding contributions to research in dementia, lung health and HIV and sexually transmitted diseases.
A program jointly run by the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney will set Australia on a path to eliminate hepatitis C.