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Melbourne researchers have revealed the multiple, intertwined cell death systems that prevent the spread of the ‘intracellular’ bacterium Salmonella.

31 July 2020
Researchers with model of the c-FIND diagnostic device

Institute researchers have developed a fast, new test for infections and infectious diseases that could transform Australia’s ability to provide targeted clinical care and respond to pandemics and biosecurity threats.

1 July 2020
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Our researchers have made significant advances in understanding the inflammatory cell death regulatory protein MLKL and its role in disease.

19 June 2020
Researcher smiling at camera

Structural biology has been used to ‘map’ part of a protein called SMCHD1, explaining how some changes in SMCHD1 cause certain developmental and degenerative conditions.

17 June 2020
Smiling researcher

Blood cancer researcher and haematologist Professor Andrew Roberts has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

8 June 2020
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The Australian Government will invest $3M in Walter and Eliza Hall Institute research programs that are developing new classes of medicines for COVID-19.

2 June 2020
Cone snail image courtesy of Professor B. Olivera, University of Utah

Diabetes treatments could be improved following the development of a dramatically modified form of human insulin that mimics the ultra-fast-acting properties of cone snail venom insulin.

2 June 2020
Andrew Roberts standing smiling at camera

Cancer researcher and haematologist Professor Andrew Roberts has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (AAS).

25 May 2020
Professor Marc Pellegrini smiling in office

COVID SHIELD, the first gold standard Australian clinical trial to determine whether the drug hydroxychloroquine can prevent COVID-19 is now open.

20 May 2020
Four researchers photographed side by side

Four research projects have been awarded generous Australian Government subsidies to fast-track their discoveries into new medicines using the National Drug Discovery Centre.

19 May 2020

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