Distinguished Professor Bill Thompson has a 30-year career of sustained high-level academic achievement which has had significant impact on students, his research field and the community.
Distinguished Professor Nicolle Packer has transformed our understanding of how cells interact. Her work on glycans, the sugars on the surface of every cell, has implications for how we treat infections, cancers, infertility and many other diseases.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is an HIV prevention method where people who don’t have HIV take a pill every day to reduce their risk of being infected with HIV. The EPIC-NSW Study is rapidly rolling out PrEP and Prof Janaki Amin is a co-investigator on the study team.
To investigate children’s linguistic knowledge, our researchers employ different kinds of experimental techniques but the experiments are always embedded in games that are fun for children.
To make the MEG experience as child-friendly as possible, researchers in the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders have created the idea of an MEG space adventure.
How can a doctor in a small practice with only one or two GPs learn from the mistakes of doctors across the country?
The chances of surviving melanoma are getting better every year. But some cancers still become ‘resistant’ to treatment, and others don’t respond at all.
You’re in hospital: should you stay? Should you leave? What’s your risk of dying?
Recent advances pinpointing genes involved in the inherited form of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) are now being used to hunt for the culprits of ‘sporadic’ cases.
Almost everyone has had their blood pressure measured with an inflatable cuff around the arm. But as useful as this is, it can differ from the reading at the heart itself.