Making food the core of people’s daily routine need not breed a nation of fatties, says Professor Claude Fischler, a Visiting International Research Fellow at Flinders.
While studying at Flinders, Karen Hawke never dreamt she’d be joining an elite group of women scientists on a journey of discovery in the frozen reaches of Antarctica.
The School of Medicine will welcome two new Matthew Flinders Fellows this month.
Flinders Rail Station is set to become a reality after an announcement by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at Flinders at Tonsley today.
Flinders is leading a global research effort to find a low-cost way to use a dietary technique to reduce infant mortality rates in low-income countries including Africa and India.
Health, wellbeing and weight is more than a gut feeling, it’s about how the gut is working. ARC Linkage research at Flinders is examining links between metabolism, obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Almost half of the current flood of refugees arriving in Germany could be suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), according to a paper co-authored by Flinders University Professor of Psychiatry, Julio Licinio.
From the first case of AIDS in 1981, significant lessons can be learnt from the worldwide response to the epidemic, a Flinders lecture will hear.
Flinders staff will play a key role as researchers, health care professionals and managers, policy makers and consumer representatives share bold research ideas at a workshop in Adelaide tomorrow.