Latest News 2012
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute researchers have won four categories in this year’s Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, announced tonight in Sydney.
Awards were presented to:
- Institute director Professor Doug Hilton, winner of the ‘Outstanding Mentor of Young Researchers’ award for the support and...
The discovery of a ‘switch’ that modifies a gene known to be essential for normal heart development could explain variations in the severity of birth defects in children with DiGeorge syndrome.
Researchers from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute made the discovery while investigating foetal...
A desire to improve the survival of people with blood cancers and reduce the side-effects of their anti-cancer treatments has seen Walter and Eliza Hall Institute researcher Dr Kylie Mason today win one of three 2012 L’Oréal Australia For Women in Science Fellowships.
The work of Dr Mason, a senior...