Led by A/Prof Julie Marchant, the MJA has unveiled new recommendations for treating chronic cough, including conducting a thorough investigation of a patient’s history of chronic cough and ordering chest x-rays.
QUT is celebrating the awarding of $7.7 million in ARC Discovery grants to fund 15 research projects. Researchers from AusHSI are among the recipients, with their project aimed at Addressing significant product safety knowledge gaps for older Australians receiving a grant of $533,965.
A multi-centre study led by Professor Anne Chang has received a $749,917 Medical Research Future Fund grant to address the need to identify wheeze accurately in children with portable digital technology.
Researchers have developed a computer algorithm using artificial intelligence that could soon be used by doctors to diagnose heart attacks with better speed and accuracy than ever before.
Dr Zephanie Tyack has received a prestigious award from the American Burn Association and delivered a plenary address to the Association at the 2023 annual scientific meeting in Dallas, Texas.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers led by Professor Louise Cullen has received a $1.49 million Medical Research Future Fund grant to develop and implement a new way to improve the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease in First Nations Australians.
A clinical trial led by AusHSI's Prof Anne Chang AM to investigate the treatable traits of chronic wet cough in children that could lead to prevention of chronic lung disease has received $2.6 million from the Medical Research Future Fund Clinical Trials Activity grant.
Dr Zephanie Tyack has been selected as the 2023 Everett Idris Evans Memorial Lecture Award recipient by the American Burn Association (ABA) in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the field.
NHMRC Partnership Project – NAVICARE, tackles access to mental health care for people in regional and remote areas
Three Bowen Basin communities are the focus of NAVICARE, a co-designed project to improve and expand access to mental health services in regional and remote areas under a $780,000 NHMRC Partnership Project.
MTPConnect announces Round 2 funding to accelerate transformative Australian diabetes and cardiovascular disease innovations
MTPConnect announces $6.7 million funding for nine diabetes and cardiovascular disease research projects through the Targeted Translation Research Accelerator (TTRA) program.