Around 3,000 Australians take their lives each year, a frightening statistic that Black Dog Institute chief Helen Christensen is determined to turn around.
Tens of thousands of Australians have been cured of Hepatitis C since March 2016, writes Greg Dore.
Dr Nicole Kochan has been awarded a Boosting Dementia Research Grant for a world-first study that aims to improve early diagnosis of dementia.
Significant increases in mortality rates between 2009 and 2015 indicate a major methamphetamine problem in Australia, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre researchers say.
Research from The Kirby Institute released for World Hepatitis Day shows Australia could be one of the first countries in the world to eliminate hepatitis C.
Researchers from UNSW and Black Dog Institute say major gaps in the literature must be addressed before ketamine is widely adopted as a clinical treatment for depression.
Research from The Kirby Institute adds to the evidence that effectively treating HIV blocks transmission in couples of differing HIV status.
Residents of high-density housing might value features such as balconies, but when roads get busy they increase exposure to pollution, write Christine Cowie and Guy Marks.
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.