A specific cell within our retina, the light-sensitive part of our eyes responsible for sending visual information to our brain, appears to be particularly good at […]
As the world focuses on finding a COVID-19 vaccine, research continues on other potentially catastrophic pandemic diseases, including Ebola and Marburg viruses. The world cannot afford […]
Scars on the eyes of an Ebola survivor have led researchers to a ‘super cell’ that may have the potential to help contain the virus in […]
The recent discovery that the Ebola virus can live on in a patient’s eyeballs long after they’re “cured” made the world blink in horror – but did you know cat faeces and raw meat can similarly lodge nasties in the eyes?
A Flinders researcher has co-authored a case study that found live Ebola virus in a patient’s eye fluid, 10 weeks after the virus was no longer detectable in the patient’s blood.
Guidelines covering mass gatherings worldwide in the wake of the Ebola epidemic are being developed by Flinders University.