A high-level educational delegation from the Chinese regional city of Changzhou has visited the Flinders University’s Medical School as part of a fact-finding mission in Adelaide. […]
New research has found that venom produced by an Australian marine cone snail could help develop improved diabetes treatments in years to come.
South Australian research has confirmed the benefits of more regular exercise and less sitting for immediate and long-term health benefits.
International, interstate and local leaders in orthopaedics will converge on Flinders University Victoria Square this week to explore new ways to screen out poorly designed orthopaedic devices, including hip and knee replacements.
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.
Two Flinders University academics will be giving visitors to Carnevale some food for thought to go with their crostini this weekend.
Flinders medical scientist Associate Professor Damien Keating is the winner of the inaugural Leading Light Award from the Australian Society for Medical Research (SA).