Find out about the latest medical research news, announcements and stories at ANU.
Cells live within incredibly challenging watery environment. Understanding how different groups of cells know where they are and where to go can spark new...
Sai Campbell and Max Kirkby, who are helping to fight infectious diseases and neurodegeneration are heading to Oxford University having just won prestigious...
Professor Mark Polizzotto has been recognised with the Tony Ayers Award for Excellence in Research in Translational Medicine.
RNA vaccines rose to prominence during COVID, but we've only scratched the surface of their potential »
RNA research, therapeutics and diagnostics will change the standard of care for many diseases, and allow for personalised medicine.
Two ANU researchers who are battling catastrophic climate change and killer infectious diseases are winners in the 2022 Prime Minister's Prizes for...
The John Curtin School of Medical Research hosted a Life Science Across the Globe seminar on RNA Therapeutics.
PhD student Cynthia Turnbull has been awarded Best Presentation and People’s Choice Award at the Inaugural ASI Clinical Translation School conference.
Five ANU researchers have won the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Investigator Grants to help tackle medical and health challenges.
Dr Joshua Chu-Tan has been one of the recipients of the 2022 ACT Young Tall Poppy Awards.
A national collaboration led by ANU researchers has received a grant from Medical Research Future Fund to fight a rising epidemic among Indigenous Australians.
Associate Professor Marian Burr and colleagues have discovered how blood cancer cells make themselves 'invisible' to the immune system.
A new genomic database will help improve diagnostic rates for First Nations peoples living with rare genetic disorders.