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Monthly Archives: March 2014

‘Fertility is ageist’ campaign launched

As a member of the Fertility Coalition the Robinson Research Institute is taking part in the Fertility is ageist social media campaign launched today by Your Fertility. The campaign aims to address misconceptions around age and fertility which may lead to missed conception. Focus groups run by the Your Fertility project revealed that misconceptions in the community could […]

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Media Release: Critical role of one gene to our brain development

New research from the University of Adelaide has confirmed that a gene linked to intellectual disability is critical to the earliest stages of the development of human brains. Known as USP9X, the gene has been investigated by Adelaide researchers for more than a decade, but in recent years scientists have begun to understand its particular […]

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Science Stories: Is chronic pain a symptom of the brain?

Two people experience the same injury.  Both receive identical treatment and rehabilitation programs – so naturally we would expect to see similar results.  Unfortunately this is not always the case. Six months later one patient has fully recovered, while the other develops a chronic pain condition.  What has caused the transition to chronic pain and […]

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