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In this episode, we speak to Associate Professor Gina Ravenscroft. Gina is an Associate Professor in Neurogenetics at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research in Perth.
In thie episode, we are joined by Dr. Marino Festa, or Rino for short. He is the Medical Director of NSW Kids ECMO Referral Service and a senior specialist in Paediatric Intensive Care at Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
In this episode, CEO Paul Rayson is joined by WEHI’s Associate Professor Matt Call to talk about his incredible research. Matt’s team teaches and trains the body's own immune cells to target and kill cancer cells.
We’re excited to announce that we have made our first donation to a beneficiary in Western Australia, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. Read their media release here.
WEHI researchers have answered a 100-year-old question in diabetes research: can a molecule different to insulin have the same effect?
The Florey is the home of neuroscience and mental health research, advancing knowledge of the brain to improve health outcomes for us all. Learn more about their organisation here.
The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute says that the Federal Government's decision to extend Medicare-funded Heart Health Checks will save lives.
The Innovation Centre at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute has been very useful for Dr Kirsten Coupland from the University of Newcastle to help her shed light on the inner workings of the brain.
New AI software can improve the diagnosis of severe aortic stenosis by 72% and could potentially change the lives of about 50,000 Australians with the life-threatening condition.
Professor Peter Macdonald from the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute opens up about his career as a cardiologist and scientist, the groundbreaking 'Heart in a Box', and the potential of deadly spider venom.
Working closely with Indigenous communities, The Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute is working to help tackle heart disease and diabetes in remote communities of Central Australia.
A “heart in a box”. It sounds like an ad for Valentine’s Day chocolates. But this box contains an actual human heart which is pumping outside its original body, enabling the gift of life from one person to another.
WEHI has officially opened their interactive online exhibition, Art of Science, which features incredible biomedical images from WEHI researchers.
PMRI is developing digital pain education to support the emerging, current and future health workforce and improve the lives of patients with chronic pain.
An Australian method of preserving donated hearts has boosted the number of successful transplants across the world, with new research demonstrating similar survival rates to traditional transplants.
VCCRI's Jason Kovacic and Baker Institute’s Andre La Gerche delve into the inner workings of elite athletes’ hearts and what this means for the general population.
HM1 beneficiary Walter and Eliza Hall Institute recently released a video dedicated to the life-saving impact of long-term medical research discoveries.
Professor Jason Kovacic from Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute explains how deep space travel impacts the human body and heart health.
A research team at Cerebral Palsy Alliance is working to develop a world-first, early-intervention therapy approach for infants with cerebral palsy called ‘GAME’ (Goals, Activity, Motor Enrichment).
Australia’s first clinical trial to potentially identify pregnant women at risk of recurrent miscarriages or having a baby with birth defects is currently underway.
The Florey investigates how a previously underappreciated cell type potentially contributes to the progressive loss of motor neurons in Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
Remarkable, Australia’s first disability-tech accelerator made possible by Cerebral Palsy Alliance, has released a video sharing the innovative products developed by the 2022 cohort.
Black Dog Institute’s art-based researcher Professor Katherine Boydell is starring in an ABC documentary series, Space 22, hosted by Natalie Bassingthwaighte. The series follows those with lived experience of mental ill health.
Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute Professors Peter Macdonald and Bob Graham believe so.
Researchers at WEHI have developed a way to potentially reduce the toxic side-effects of a type of immunotherapy, in findings that could overcome the pioneering treatment’s biggest limitation.
COVID-19 may have stopped tours of Victor Chang's Innovation Centre but it certainly hasn’t slowed their scientists from making new discoveries as shown in this video with Sky News Australia.
This video features Professor Nadia Badawi AM, Professor Alistair McEwan, Paul Rayson and others discussing the incredible impact our partnership will have.
We’re excited to announce a new partnership with the Cerebral Palsy Alliance and are proud to be supporting this important research.
The Florey has recently published new research that sheds light on the phenomenon of “zoom fatigue” – yes it’s a real thing! Listen to this podcast episode as Professor Bernhardt explains what it is and how to prevent it.
Swinburne has signed a transformational $1 million agreement with Hearts and Minds Investments Ltd and Cooper Investors supporting vital mental health medical research.
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