A number of Flinders staff and alumni have received awards in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
A new drug to treat potentially fatal lung injuries caused by ventilators in hospital intensive care units is being developed by Flinders University researchers.
Medical education in Australia is set to be revolutionised with the opening today by Prime Minister Julia Gillard of the Northern Territory Medical Program Complex in Darwin.
Left-handed people consistently perform worse than right-handed people in measures of cognitive ability, or IQ, with the ‘level of disability’ equivalent to being prematurely born.
There was a surprise in store for Bachelor of Medical Science first year Rachel Chipere following the inaugural Tertiary Studies and Careers Expo.
Two major projects led by Flinders University researchers were awarded Australian Research Council Linkage Grant funding this week.
A radical new idea to control drunkenness and crime in Hindley Street will come under the spotlight at a Public Order Forum hosted by Flinders University on Wednesday.
Professor Susan Sheridan’s new book sheds light on a “lost generation” of Australian postwar women writers.
Sleep Well, Live Better is a book that aims to help up to two million Australians who have problems with getting to sleep or staying asleep through the night.