The network aims to advance mRNA medicine, foster scientific excellence in clinical translation and further the therapeutic potential of the mRNA platform.
New research shows that Australian hospital admissions for injuries resulting from extreme weather have increased — especially those relating to heat.
Getinge's Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist was developed to use the patient's own neural respiratory drive to control the ventilator.
Getinge's advanced hemodynamic monitoring solution PiCCO is designed to provide a minimally invasive measurement of cardiac output and its determinants (preload, afterload, contractility) as well as the quantification of pulmonary oedema through the measuring of the extravascular lung water index (ELWI).
Antibiotics to treat common infections in children and babies are no longer effective, due to high rates of resistance, reveals new research.
Monash University has led the development of a toolkit aimed at guiding health professionals around the world in assessing and treating women with menopausal health issues.
Atrial fibrillation (AF) diagnosis was linked to a 45% increased risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) among a cohort of 4.3 million individuals in the UK.
UNSW infectious diseases researcher Dr Lise Lafferty has been recognised with the Paul Bourke Award for her approach to managing hepatitis C in prisons.
Access to personalised cancer treatments and the sharing of genetic testing information are among the aims of a new Monash Partners Comprehensive Cancer Consortium program.
The Monash University-led study found that pregnant women were at significantly increased risk of preterm birth if they worked long hours or in shift work.
Australian researchers have investigated why many patients with severe depression are unable to access potentially life-saving treatments.
A clinical trial has found that in joint replacement infection, the addition of vancomycin may lead to more infections and more adverse reactions for the patients.
Having a COVID-19 infection is associated with an increased risk of developing Guillain-Barré syndrome within the next six weeks, according to a new study.
Gaza is facing an unprecedented health crisis that risks an outbreak of deadly infectious diseases, such as cholera, because water and sanitation services have completely broken down, according to Oxfam.
A potential cure for a severe immune deficiency disorder in children that makes them extremely vulnerable to infections will be offered in Australia under a gene therapy trial.