Monthly Archives: November 2014
University of Adelaide research has for the first time shown how much of a critical role the natural antioxidant selenium plays at the earliest stages of a woman’s fertility. The discovery has been made in joint research involving the University’s School of Chemistry and Physics and the Robinson Research Institute. For her PhD in Chemistry […]
The last 20 years has seen many advances in medicine – but it’s also seen a doubling of the rate of type 1 diabetes in children in Australia and worldwide. New nationwide research is underway, led from the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Research Institute and the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, to better understand the causes […]
A controversial medication used by breastfeeding women should not be restricted in Australia because of the benefits it offers mothers and their babies, according to researchers at the University of Adelaide. The medication domperidone has recently been the subject of warnings from the European Medicines Agency based on research that there is a link between […]
Associate Professor Helen Marshall is working towards protecting children from serious infection. She explains her research and her vision in this short 3 minute video.
The inaugural SA Vaccinology Update was held on Tuesday 21 October at SAHMRI, and hosted by the Robinson Research Institute, SA Health, Women’s and Children’s Health Network and SAHMRI. The first of its kind in South Australia, this event bought together immunisation providers, public health practitioners, GPs, obstetricians, nurses and midwives who heard the latest […]