Lessons from the flu season

While the world focuses on the rising COVID-19 death toll, seasonal influenza continues to cause significant mortality and poses a significant economic burden every year. Now […]

Oldest skink named after Flinders professor

Some of Australia’s most famous animals – wombat, platypus, kangaroos and the extinct marsupial tiger thylacine – have been traced back to their fossil ancestors in […]

Challenge to anorexia nervosa therapies

Experts are calling for more work to find better targeted treatments for anorexia nervosa, a global problem underpinning the highest mortality of any psychological condition A […]

Bite-size insights to the past

A novel study of bone and tooth fragments from koalas and rodents has given scientists a new way to understand how the Adelaide region has been […]

Consumers critical of some aged care services

Research by Caring Futures Institute experts at Flinders University highlights the need for comprehensive change in aged care and the Australian community’s strong commitment to achieve […]

Help for borderline personality disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder, or BPD, is the most common personality disorder in Australia, affecting up to 5% of the population at some stage, and Flinders University […]

Flinders at forefront of science awards

From Excellence in Science and Industry Collaboration to Scientist of the Year, Flinders University was at the forefront of the 2020 SA Science Excellence and Innovation […]