Alarmingly low Vitamin C levels in older hospital patients has been described as a serious hurdle in recovery by Flinders University researchers. The study found large […]
Life-threatening liver disease is skyrocketing in Australia, with alcohol and hepatitis C and now obesity-related fatty liver disease on the rise. In the past 10-15 years, […]
Lipoedema is a painful fat condition that affects more than one in 10 mainly women in Australia. In a world first, South Australian researchers are joining […]
Flinders Health Research Week opens a public window into the world-class health and medical research achievements of the precinct south of Adelaide. For the second consecutive […]
Women who suffer a serious heart attack called an ST-elevated myocardial infarction (STEMI) are less likely to receive lifesaving invasive management, revascularisation, or preventive medication at […]
One of the highest awards in the field of perfusion in heart and lung surgery, the American Society of Extracorporeal Technology’s John H Gibbon Jr Award, […]
Clinical trials of a new technique to tackle bladder cancer will commence at Flinders under an industry-university collaboration underway in South Australia.
Thousands of Flinders students owe much of their knowledge of the human body to the School of Medicine’s Anatomy Museum and to its custodian Greg Souter.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has unveiled the University’s 50th anniversary life-size bronze statue of Australian explorer and namesake Matthew Flinders.