UNSW Medicine & Health

A woman scientist uses a pipette to deliver substances to multiple test-tubes

Researchers at the Kirby Institute have received an MRFF grant to determine the best time for COVID-19 boosters for people starting immunosuppression. 

An open kit called The Extractor designed to extract venom from bites and stings

If what you’re reading seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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Masks not only reduce your chance of getting COVID, they might stop you unknowingly transmitting the virus to colleagues, people in vulnerable groups or children who are yet to be vaccinated.

Dr Emily Wong

One of three awarded each year, the Snow Medical Research Foundation Fellowship aims to develop Australia’s next generation of outstanding biomedical research leaders.

Woman protests against Ukraine invasion

These mental health tips may help ease the unrest you might be feeling right now.  

Third booster shot what next?

We’ve had the third COVID-19 booster rollout. Is a fourth booster on the cards? 

staff wearing ppe distributed dignity kits to women and girls in tonga

After the Tonga volcanic eruption and tsunami, localised aid delivery is making a real difference for residents, especially women and girls who are disproportionately affected during a humanitarian crisis.

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Researchers at The Kirby Institute have secured more than $2.7 million from the NHMRC for two projects relating to HIV care and hepatitis C testing.

dr felix aplin

The human brain is the most complicated computer in the world, but we tend to take it for granted.

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

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