The Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer is running a national cancer survivorship conference.
A new blood test targeting tumor DNA in colorectal (bowel) cancer patients has detected early signs of recurrence of the disease at twice the rate of […]
The national Keep It Clever campaign comes at a crucial time for the future of Australia’s universities, research and economic growth, says Flinders Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Stirling.
Flinders University excels in the latest research excellence rankings, with 90 per cent of research now regarded as at or above world standard.
While a diagnosis of cancer naturally tends to concentrate the minds of patients and doctors alike, it shouldn’t be the sole focus of treatment, says a new report.
Student research into adolescent sleep, early autism detection and chemical weapons are among the winners of Flinders University’s 2015 Best Student Paper Awards.
Medical discoveries with the potential to treat conditions ranging from cancer to Golden Staph have earned two Flinders University researchers a prestigious Tall Poppy Award for 2014.
People with cancer are at higher risk of other chronic health conditions, a new Flinders University study shows.
South Australian Scientist of the Year Professor Graeme Young is calling for more investment on the implementation of existing medical research findings and knowledge.