Flinders targets more success in 2019

High-quality higher education is vital to progress South Australia’s economy, society and job prospects so young people remain and build the State, says Flinders University Vice-Chancellor […]

New steps to stamp out bowel cancer

Flinders cancer experts have been awarded a major $553,196 grant to improve the survival and recovery of colorectal cancer patients via a simple blood test. Chief […]

Support for ovarian reserve screening

Despite increased education, Australians continue to have a poor understanding of the age-related decline in natural and IVF-assisted conception, potentially explaining why many delay starting a […]

Alcohol-related absenteeism costs Australian businesses up to $2 billion a year, health authorities are also noticing rises in prescribed opioid addition and methamphetamine use. Photo: iStock

Boomer ‘risky’ drinking habits rise

More older Australians are drinking at “risky levels” as the Baby Boomer generation ages, Flinders researchers warn. The rise in problem drinking is coming up against […]

Country SA welcomes new doctors

Medical graduates from around the world are heading to Mount Gambier Hospital under a new 12-month workplace-based assessment program. Accredited by the Australian Medical Council, the Flinders […]

Genetic links to dolphin disease outbreak

New research at Flinders University has found genetic variations in South Australia’s bottlenose dolphins  makes them susceptible to a deadly measles-related virus, particularly in heatwave conditions. […]