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A new genomic database will help improve diagnostic rates for First Nations peoples living with rare genetic disorders.
Large-scale study of epigenetic landscape to understand and overcome diabetes in Indigenous Australians »
The first large-scale study of the epigenetic landscape of Indigenous Australians could help tackle some of the chronic diseases faced by Aboriginal and Torres...
A new national network will be established to advance the benefits from Genomic Medicine for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Research co-led by researchers at JCSMR and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre has been awarded a U.S. Department of Defence Prostate Cancer Research Program...
Jennifer Hung won the 2022 ANU Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Final on 1st September.
PhD Students push boundaries at The Three Minute Thesis competitions.
Year 10 students from the ACT will battle wits to see who is the ‘brainiest’ in the 2022 ACT Brain Bee Challenge on August 9th.
A group of bacteria-killing proteins inside the immune system could hold the key to eliminating meningitis, pneumonia and sepsis.
Dr Elmira Mohamed has been supported by the Discovery Translation Fund to commercialise a promising haemostatic agent.
Dr Daniel Enosi Tuipulotu has been awarded the Jim Pittard Early Career Award by the Australian Society for Microbiology.
JCSMR Graduate Genevieve Thompson addressed the congregation at the July 2022 ANU Graduation Ceremonies.
On Thursday, Ainsley Davies, Kristy Kwong and Fei-Ju Li will graduate from the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) with a PhD.