Research from The Kirby Institute adds to the evidence that effectively treating HIV blocks transmission in couples of differing HIV status.
UNSW research into fitness trackers reveals consumers should consider where the devices are worn and the activity type they wish to monitor before making a purchase.
UNSW-led study is the first to report cumulative success rates based on complete ovarian stimulation cycles for women undergoing assisted reproductive technology in Australia and New Zealand.
UNSW researchers at Black Dog Institute have preliminary evidence that suggests ketamine is effective as an antidepressant when delivered to elderly patients in repeated intravenous doses.
In a reversal of the heroin epidemic of the late 90s and early 2000s, older Australians aged 35 to 54 are now more likely to die from an opioid overdose, a new report reveals.
Surgeons who rely on a patient’s own report of their nasal function may not be getting an accurate picture – unless they first assess their patient's mental health, UNSW research finds.
Every day, four Australians are diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), but many people's resistance to the best available treatment has been poorly understood until now.
Infection and immunity researcher Anthony Kelleher from the Kirby Institute has been welcomed as Acting Dean of UNSW Medicine.
An international study has provided compelling evidence that we inherit more than a DNA blueprint from our mothers and fathers – we also inherit vital instructions on how to use this blueprint.
The Kirby Institute's Rebecca Guy is the fourth outstanding woman researcher from UNSW to win the Elizabeth Blackburn Fellowship in the past three years.