The pharmacokinetics research team at Curtin is working to address prevalent diseases in vulnerable communities. Malaria and rheumatic heart disease are two of their focus areas.
By Karen Green | Feature; Health and medicine; Health at Curtin; Research; Research Featured; Health | Leave a comment
Curtin researchers are examining how ageing impairs the immune system’s ability to fight cancer. They are also exploring novel immunotherapies that could help treat cancer in elderly patients.
By Zoe Taylor | Health and medicine; Health at Curtin; Research; Research Featured; Health | Leave a comment
Curtin researchers are studying how genes transfer between bacteria to help understand how antibiotic resistance evolves.
By Kitty Drok | Health and medicine; Health at Curtin; Research; Research Featured; Health | Leave a comment
Mesothelioma tumours in elderly mice grow faster and are more aggressive compared to younger mice, new research led by Curtin University has found.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Health and medicine; Research; Health
Three researchers from Curtin University will join 97 female leaders from around the world for the fourth instalment of the Homeward Bound Program, departing for Antarctica in November 2019.
By Lauren Sydoruk | General; Health and medicine; Research; Science and technology; Education; Health; Science and Engineering
Mice with pancreatic cancer survived almost three times longer than normal if they were treated with a naturally occurring cannabinoid as well as a popular chemotherapy medication.
By Yasmine Phillips | Health and medicine; Research; Health
Curtin researcher Jeff Hughes has created an app that gives a voice to people living with dementia and unable to communicate verbally.
By Nik Malane | Health and medicine; Publications; Research; Health | Leave a comment
Curtin University has appointed Professor Archie Clements as its Pro Vice-Chancellor Health Sciences, commencing in April 2018.
By Yasmine Phillips | Campus and community; Health and medicine; Research; Health
Adnan Mannan is researching the potential of a new herbal treatment option for diabetes as an alternative to existing medications.
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To address humanity’s most serious health challenges, Curtin is decisively supporting the areas of bioscience that tackle chronic diseases.
By Jarrad Long | R&D Now