When two patients are given the exact same dose of medication, their reaction to the drug – including how well it works and what side-effects it has – largely depends on the person.
When ophthalmologist Justine Smith was given the chance to become Flinders University’s new Strategic Professor of Eye and Vision Health, she didn’t hesitate.
Green tea and Brazil nuts are being used in a ground-breaking trial to investigate their cancer-fighting qualities.
Ear, Nose and Throat researchers will be looking up nostrils to find answers about how well snot protects the nasal airways from the bacteria and fungi we breathe in.
Researchers are using information technology, software engineering and mathematics in response to the challenge of relieving patient congestion at Flinders Medical Centre.
Leading academic pharmacist, Professor Ross McKinnon has been appointed as the Foundation Director of the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer.
Intensive care specialist Dr Shailesh Bihari has just won a $109,358 funding boost from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to find a way to improve survival rates for patients with acute lung injury, under a new PhD project at Flinders University.
Rising abortion rates for women in their 30s and 40s in Adelaide’s southern suburbs has sparked a new awareness campaign led by Flinders University. The Southern […]