A new study by Flinders researchers highlights the possibility of catching Toxoplasma infection from eating undercooked meat. Toxoplasma is a parasite that causes inflammation of the […]
A new study into recent cases of ocular syphilis warns increasing numbers of people are at risk of permanent damage to their vision. Researchers from the […]
From diabetes, cancer and heart disease to chronic pain and major depression, 12 new research grants announced today cap off a big year for Flinders medical […]
The first insights into dengue virus damage to the eye start the work needed to combat one of the important side effects in the infectious disease’s […]
Ebola and Zika battling South Australian ophthalmologist Professor Justine Smith is among Australia’s first ‘Superstars of STEM’ charged with inspiring the next generation of female scientists. […]
Leading health and medical researchers at Flinders have secured more than $4.2 million in Australian Government grants.
Four Flinders medical research leaders have been honoured with fellowships from the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.
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.