Role of gut microbes in cancer therapy

Medical researchers have confirmed the role of a complex community of  gut organisms in the effectiveness of cancer treatments and reducing toxicity. The comprehensive review of […]

New clue to treat brain cancer

A new research study shows that cerebrospinal fluid reduces current treatment efficacy in brain cancer and identifies new therapeutic opportunities. Cerebrospinal fluid, the clear colourless liquid […]

AI to help hospital discharge

A major new $2.9 million digital health project led by Flinders University will target the dosage and failures of prescription drugs used by patients at home […]

Clues to the cause of chronic gut pain

New insights into chronic gut pain offer hope for improved treatments for  irritable bowel syndrome and anxiety treatment. A research team led by Flinders University Professor […]

New COVID study gives key vaccine insights

A new study led by SAHMRI and Flinders University has uncovered fundamental differences in how the AstraZeneca and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines impact the immune system. The […]

Key advance in brain research

Australian neurobiologists and material scientists have teamed up to innovate the petri-dish to be able to grow and age live brain cells from patients with neurological […]

Pioneering approach to Parkinson’s research

Can spider venom be used to treat Parkinson’s? Now a new research collaboration led by Flinders University neurobiology expert, chief investigator Associate Professor Cedric Bardy, will […]