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This lecture series features international research and policy leaders tackling grand challenges in early life health. We are delighted to announce that Professor Rob Norman AO will present this year’s lecture on: The reproductive revolution and how it changed science, sex and society. Tuesday 7 August; 5.30 – 7.00pm Wine & canapés served 5.30 – 6.00pm The Bragg’s […]

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Dr Martin Donnelley from the Robinson Research Institute attended the American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy Conference and Gene Editing workshop in Chicago, USA in May 2018. This is what Martin had to say about his experience in the USA. What was a highlight of the travel? Meeting a range of people in the gene therapy […]

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The world-first discovery of a key metabolic hormone found in the venom and gut of Australia’s iconic platypus will now be investigated for its potential to treat type 2 diabetes, in new research led by the University of Adelaide. In a collaboration between the University of Adelaide, Flinders University, Monash University, SAHMRI and the Royal […]

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Dr Nigel Farrow from the Robinson Research Institute attended the American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy Conference and visited the University of Houston, USA in May 2018. Nigel presented his work, Epithelial disruption enables human airway stem cell transplantation in mouse nasal airways. This is what Nigel had to say about his experience in the USA. […]

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Tara Crawford from the Robinson Research Institute attended the Pediatric Academic Societies Conference in Toronto, Canada and a Transfusion Strategy Meeting in Philadelphia, USA in May 2018. Tara presented her work, Effect of Red Blood Cell Washing on Transfusion-Related Immunomodulation in the Preterm Neonate: A Pilot Study. This is what Tara had to say about her experience in Canada […]

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Caroline Smith, Western Sydney University and Robert Norman, University of Adelaide Acupuncture has become a frequently used treatment prior to and during in-vitro fertilisation (IVF). Women hope it will increase their chances of having a baby, but also provide support with reducing stress, and feeling relaxed and well while undergoing treatment. Several small clinical trials […]

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A new study has shown that Australian children and teens from disadvantaged families are more likely to be prescribed antipsychotic medication than others in the same age group. Social policy researcher Amy Kaim from the Robinson Research Institute at the University of Adelaide led the research which used data from the Longitudinal Study of Australian […]

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