Thousands of kilometres north of Perth, a lone car is making its way along a red dirt road to one of WA’s most remote communities. The driver is pharmacist and Curtin alumna Hannah Mann.
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Alumni news; Health | Leave a comment
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
Professor Neil Foster is developing a targeted pharmaceutical drug delivery system to treat patients with colon and lung diseases, such as lung cancer – the leading cause of cancer death in Australia.
By Daniel Jauk | Research; Research Featured; Science and technology; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Curtin graduates won all categories of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia WA Excellence Awards.
By Nikky Lee | Alumni news; Campus and community; Health | 1 comment
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
A Curtin University student has been named Western Australia’s Pharmacy Student of the Year.
By Kristy Jones | Campus and community; Health
An international study to protect and repopulate the highly threatened Sandalwood tree has earned a team of scientists a Sri Lanka National Research Council Grant.
By Andrea Barnard | Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Health
A unique and innovative course at Curtin University will offer accreditation for registered pharmacists in Medication and Disease State Management.
By Teresa Belcher | Campus and community; Health
A Curtin University student has decided to get out of the lab and into the heart of the community by taking on pharmacy as his chosen career.
By Ann Marie Lim | Campus and community; Health | Leave a comment
Curtin University of Technology has developed a new course to help address the ongoing global shortage of allied health professionals.
By Ann Marie Lim | Campus and community; Health