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PhD student Cynthia Turnbull has been awarded Best Presentation and People’s Choice Award at the Inaugural ASI Clinical Translation School conference.
Leading immunologist Professor Carola Vinuesa from The Australian National University (ANU) has been newly elected as a Fellow of the prestigious Royal Society.
ANU researchers have identified a gene called TLR7 that, when over-activated, is responsible for causing the autoimmune disease lupus.
Researchers at the China-Australia Centre for Personalised Immunology uncover novel genetic variants associated with lupus in a new collaborative study.
In 2014, researchers at the Centre for Personalised Immunology (CPI) led by Professor Matthew Cook described a novel form of human immune dysregulation, that...
The Australian National University (ANU) congratulates Professor Carola Vinuesa, who has been elected as one of the newest Fellows to the Australian Academy of...
Genetic finding sheds new light on child murder case
Professor Carola Vinuesa from the ANU John Curtin School of Medical Research has been awarded a prestigious Investigator Grant from the National Health and...
Researcher wins award to continue research and development of potential biotherapeutics for autoimmune disease. »
Dr Paula Gonzalez-Figueroa has been awarded the Elizabeth Greene Industry Development Award to help fund her drug development project at the Centre for...
Professor Carola Vinuesa has joined a prestigious list of highly cited researchers awarded by the Web of Science.
The 19th August 2019 marks 10 years since Alan Harvey passed away. In his memory, his family started the Alan Harvey CVID Research Endowment.
In a world first, researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have shown previously ignored rare genetic mutations are a major cause of lupus.