25 October 2022

Recipients announced: Summer Research Scholarships 2022-23

The Charles Perkins Centre’s Summer Research Scholarship program has awarded 12 scholarships to student researchers to work in its multidisciplinary centre.
24 October 2022

Scientists manufacture 'living blood vessel'

Research led by the University of Sydney has developed a material that mimics the complex structure of naturally occurring blood vessels.
21 October 2022

The Nicholas Catchlove Lecture 2022

Professor Douglas R Seals from the University of Colorado Boulder presents the Nicholas Catchlove Lecture 2022 on healthy cardiovascular ageing and how we can support our own heart health.
21 October 2022

Funding success for Sydney cardiac & diabetes researchers

Two University of Sydney researchers have been awarded funding to help address critical gaps in diabetes and cardiovascular disease, the leading causes of death and disability in Australia.
17 October 2022

Sydney experts elected to Academy of Health and Medical Sciences

Sydney experts in infectious diseases, pharmacology and paediatrics have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.
13 October 2022

Prioritising protein during perimenopause may ward off weight gain

Minor adjustments to the balance of macronutrients in a woman's daily diet during the transition to menopause could lessen or even prevent weight gain and lean tissue loss, according to researchers from the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre.
12 October 2022

Sydney researchers receive 31 Investigator grants

Creating a genetic map to prevent future pandemics, chronic disease support and heart attack prevention are some of the projects awarded funding in the 2022 NHMRC Investigator Grants.

30 September 2022

$40m funding boost for Sydney medical research

Projects to embed RNA diagnostics within the Australian health system, improve timely dementia diagnoses, and evaluate immunotherapy treatments for a rare yet expensive to treat neurological disorder are among the latest projects funded.
29 September 2022

Research to develop next generation of TB vaccines

A project to develop the next generation of Tuberculosis vaccines has been awarded an AU$19 million contract by the US National Institute of Health.
27 September 2022

Indigenous health research conference celebrates innovation

The IRNet National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Showcase will focus on the First Nations Australians transforming research and care.