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World-first lung repair shows promise

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Media highlights

20/07/06 Professor Alvin Ing from the Department of Clinical Medicine was interviewed on 3AW Melbourne, 4BC Brisbane, 2GB Sydney, 2CC Canberra, 6PR Perthfeatured in The Weekend Australian and on The Australian regarding his performance of a world first procedure to repair the lungs of end-stage emphysema patients.

20/06/29 Professor Matthew Peters from the Department of Clinical Medicine contributed a letter in the Sydney Morning Herald about teenagers buying e-cigarettes online.

20/06/23 Professor Simon Willcock from the Macquarie University Hospital was featured in Australian Doctor regarding government opposition to rolling out Telehealth services.

20/06/01 Professor Alvin Ing from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured in The Guardian and Gizmodo regarding a study of a cruise ship which found up to 81 per cent of COVID-19 patients may be asymptomatic.

20/05/19 Professor John Cartmill from the Department of Clinical Medicine, Dr Amy Nguyen from the Australian Institute of Health Innovation and Dr Sarah White from the Department of Biomedical Sciences contributed the article 'Amid the rush to telehealth, let’s ensure we address these cautions and questions' to Croakey.

20/05/06 Professor Anand Deva from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured in The Australian regarding inadequate standards of surface cleaning in hospitals, aged-care facilities and public areas.

20/04/27 Professor Munjed Al Muderis from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured in the Sydney Morning Herald regarding emergency and urgent surgeries performed at Macquarie University Hospital during COVID-19 restrictions on elective surgery.

20/04/09 Professor Anand Deva from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured on Channel 7 The Morning Show regarding the most effective ways to remove viruses from household surfaces.

20/04/06 Professor Anand Deva from the Department of Clinical Medicine and Associate Professor Karen Vickery from the Department of Biomedical Sciences were featured in the Sydney Morning Herald regarding the importance of thorough cleaning and hygiene measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

20/03/30 Professor Anand Deva from the Department of Clinical Medicine provided comment to the Sydney Morning Herald regarding private hospitals rushing through elective surgeries ahead of a ban on these types of surgeries being implemented this week.

20/03/05 Professor Simon Willcock from Macquarie University Hospital was featured on Channel 9 News regarding patients' fears of Coronavirus preventing them from visiting the doctor.

20/03/03 Professor Martin Phillips from the Department of Clinical Medicine was interviewed on ABC Central West NSW News regarding medical research into the health impacts of vaping not keeping up with developments in the technology.

20/03/02 Dr Rowena Mobbs from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured on ABC 7:30, Channel 9 Today and the Sydney Morning Herald regarding the importance of brain testing for AFL players to check for cognitive issues resulting from concussions.

20/02/10 Professor Dominic Rowe from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured on ABC News and ABC News Breakfast regarding the growing number of cases of Motor Neurone Disease and the possible links to blue-green algae

20/01/29 Professor Alvin Ing from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured on 2SER Weekend Breakfast and News.com.au regarding the long-term health impacts of bushfire smoke.

20/01/22 Professor Alvin Ing from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured on Channel 9 News nationally, 2GB, 3AW, 4BC and 5AA regarding the launch of a specialist clinic at MQ Health for patients affected by bushfire smoke.

20/01/22 Dr Walid Mohabbat from the Department of Clinical Medicine was featured on Channel 9 News nationally and  Sky News Live regarding a device to help improve the outcome of surgical treatments for patients with clogged arteries.

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19/08/13 A ground-breaking research collaboration between Macquarie University, Macquarie Medical Imaging, Fujitsu Australia and GE Healthcare that will save lives by early detection of brain aneurysms has just been launched.

New research collaboration takes aim at brain aneurysms with Artificial Intelligence

Content owner: Clinical Medicine Last updated: 06 Jul 2020 7:55pm

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