Genomics Centre sets SA as leader in field

A state-of-the-art centre for genomics research is being established in South Australia, as a result of the combined expertise and resources of leading institutions including Flinders University. […]

Cell networks map new cancer pathways

A complex intracellular network mapped by an international team of researchers could open the door to discovering new targeted treatments for colorectal cancer. Flinders University Professor […]

New hope to reduce bladder pain

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are painful and usually short-lived – but in many people low levels of infection can be found long after it’s thought to […]

‘Ancient’ system unlocks cancer secrets

A long-hidden metabolic system in cells could lead to new strategies for therapeutic cancer treatments in future. Unlocking this process – from more than 350 million […]

Gut itch to blame for IBS pain

Australian researchers have identified a link between itchy skin and gut pain, caused by identical receptors signalling the nervous system. This is big news for Irritable […]

Research targets gastro outbreaks

Outbreaks of gastro sweeping schools, aged-care homes and hospital wards could become far less frequent, with new research on norovirus set to define parameters around the […]

Call for action on rising HIV rates

Rising HIV rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people need urgent national attention, says Matthew Flinders Fellow Associate Professor James Ward. In a Perspective in […]