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Associate Professor John Wentworth

Type 1 diabetes can be delayed by an immune therapy, according to findings from an international clinical trial involving the expertise of researchers from the  Institute and The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

10 June 2019
Professor Alan Cowman

Institute Deputy Director Professor Alan Cowman AC is among the Australians recognised in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

10 June 2019
Professor Warren Alexander

Professor Warren Alexander joins a select group of 24 fellows to be admitted to the Australian Academy of Science in 2019.

28 May 2019
Dr Kim-Anh Le Cao and Associate Professor Matthew Ritchie

A first-of-its-kind data analysis platform is enabling researchers to select the best tool for interpreting the overwhelming amounts of data generated by single-cell studies.

28 May 2019
Researcher using lab technology

The Victorian Government has today announced $18 million in funding support for the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute’s new National Drug Discovery Centre as part of the 2019-2020 State Budget.

27 May 2019
Mr Christopher Thomas

Mr Christopher Thomas AM has announced his retirement from the Institute's Board after six years of leadership as Board President, and almost two decades as a Board Member.

23 May 2019
Researcher smiling at camera

New funding is enabling our researchers to develop new approaches to potentially help people with Prader-Willi syndrome, a devastating and incurable genetic condition.

16 May 2019
Three researchers standing outside a building

A potential new treatment for asthma that works by targeting the cause of the disease, rather than just masking its symptoms, has been revealed in a new study. 

16 May 2019
Associate Professor Anne Voss, Associate Professor Tim Thomas, Dr Helen McRae

Institute scientists have revealed that a gene called PHF6 plays a role in protecting against blood cancer. The study showed how a breakdown in the gene’s function could accelerate the development of T cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.

30 April 2019
Researchers standing together

A ‘hit-and-run’ interaction between two proteins could be an important trigger for cell death, according to new research.

10 April 2019

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