A NHMRC Partnership Project grant will improve our responses to COVID-19, influenza, and future pandemic threats.
Two patients experienced side effects after taking a generic batch of lamotrigine that was compromised.
Researchers at UNSW Sydney are developing safer, less invasive approaches to biopsy tumours.
Projects that will address institutional racism in Australia’s healthcare system, develop new treatments for children with brain cancer, and improve personalised treatments for high-risk children’s cancer have received NHMRC funding.
The new round of grants will support research in science, engineering, medicine, business, arts, and built environment.
The risk of repeat self-harm in young people is highest in the first month after an initial self-harm hospital presentation.
The two projects aim to produce materials used in electronic, magnetic, and optical devices and infrastructure for the bioprinting of 3D models of organs and tissues.
The evidence so far suggests this wave could be a shorter and smaller version of the Omicron BA.5 wave.
Dr Sarah Haynes is dedicated to improving women’s health globally and plans to undertake a Master of Science in Women’s and Reproductive Health and Master of Science in Global Health Science.
The Chair of the Board of Directors at Tesla, a human rights lawyer, and an advocate of women in defence and STEM are some of the UNSW graduates recognised in the 50th annual UNSW Alumni Awards.