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15 May 2023
Iron is an essential nutrient, but iron overload raises the risk of type two diabetes and pancreatitis, according to experts at ANU.
3 Feb 2023
Defects in the cellular protein factories can cause rare disorders known as ribosomopathies. A team led by Dr Amee George looks to find therapeutic targets...
7 Dec 2022
Professor Si Ming Man is finding ways to weaponise our immune systems against infection and disease.
1 Dec 2022
Cells live within incredibly challenging watery environment. Understanding how different groups of cells know where they are and where to go can spark new...
27 Jul 2022
Dr Elmira Mohamed has been supported by the Discovery Translation Fund to commercialise a promising haemostatic agent.
30 Jun 2022
Emeritus Professor Angela Dulhunty has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for her significant service to medical research and to professional...
11 Mar 2022
JCSMR researchers and collaborators have made the first accurate quantification of the movement pattern of liver-localised CD8 T cells.
18 Feb 2022
JCSMR researchers and collaborators have identified a striking feature of blood cells in type 1 diabetes.
18 Nov 2021
Dr James O'Connor has attained his PhD while simultaneously undertaking a medical degree program.
11 Nov 2021
At the interface between clinical practice and fundamental research, Professor Mark Polizzotto seeks to fulfil the unmet needs of cancer patients with science...
19 Oct 2021
Dr Yvette Wooff has been named a 2021 Fresh Scientist.
22 Jun 2021
Finding the best tool for the job: METEORE, an open resource for the detection of DNA methylation from Nanopore data »
The Eyras Group led the work of systematic benchmarking of the six most widely used analysis tools for detecting DNA methylation from Nanopore sequencing data...