The grant will be used to develop an AI tool that helps identify better treatments for failing hearts.
Two UNSW projects have received funding from the Medical Research Future Fund to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Drug checking services could also provide an early warning system to flag any unusually dangerous substances in circulation.
A study in human cell lines reveals cancer cells can activate a force-generating mechanism to survive a cancer therapy.
A case study on ketamine reveals systemic barriers that prevent repurposing existing low-cost drugs like ketamine for treatment-resistant depression.
The research sheds light on the biological basis of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
People with intellectual disability told us they often felt cut out of their own health appointments, as healthcare practitioners spoke to their support person or family instead of to them.
Three academics from UNSW Sydney have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to injury research, treatments for HIV, viral hepatitis and COVID-19, and leadership in immunology.
A consortium led by UNSW Sydney is operating the centre to improve health outcomes for people with intellectual disability.
The $1 million grant will support research to move beyond standard chemotherapy toward more effective and targeted treatments for leukaemia.