UNSW Medicine

Women reaching menopause

This transitional phase of life that most women will spend a third of their lives in is an opportunity to reset and empower

Cardiovascular research 2022

Professor Kerry-Anne Rye and Associate Professor Jelena Rnjak-Kovacina took out both categories in the CVRN Ministerial Awards for Cardiovascular Research.

Ebony Lewis

We need to have a conversation about dying.

DNA analysis

Nanopore sequence analysis can now be done more than 30 times faster, providing quicker and better specialised treatments for patients with cancer and other diseases.

Holly Seale

It’s no secret Australia’s vaccine rollout had a rocky start… but now, 18 months later, our vaccination rate is amongst the highest in the world. 

But our impressive 80 per cent+ coverage doesn't tell the full story... 

Students walking along Kensington Mall

Academics in the fields of climate science, oncology and human rights are honoured in 2022.

A person holds up a jar of Covid-19 vaccine

Variant-specific vaccines would undoubtedly increase immunity. But waves of new variants would engulf the population faster than these vaccines could ever be deployed.

woman wearing respirator mask

The airborne nature of COVID supports routine use of respirators by the public. Here, experts explain the science behind this recommendation.

Young child swimming

While it may be possible to teach young infants basic motor skills in water, infants cannot, and should not, be expected to know how to swim or to be able to react appropriately in emergencies.

woman lying down on sofa, looking tired

A team from UNSW's Kirby Institute and St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney have uncovered an immune profile for long COVID, potentially paving the way for tailored treatment for those with ongoing symptoms.

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