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Monthly Archives: April 2019

Travel Story: Suliman Yagoub

Suliman Yagoub from the Robinson Research Institute travelled to Melbourne to visit RMIT Micro-Nano Fabrication Research Facility in March. This is what Suliman had to say about his experience. What was a highlight of the travel? Learned to use a Nanoscribe. Which is a 3D printer that prints objects to the nano scale. Did you […]

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Travel Story: Soon Wei Wong

Soon Wei Wong from the Robinson Research Institute travelled to Davos, Switzerland to attend the 13th World Immune Regulation Meeting where he presented a poster on “A Novel Role for ZEB2 in the Human CD4+ T cell Compartment”. This is what Soon Wei had to say about his experience. What was a highlight of the […]

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Public Forum: The PCOS Q&A (Wed 15 May)

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a misunderstood disorder. It is even misnamed as women with PCOS do not have cysts. It is linked to reproductive, metabolic and psychological dysfunction. Researchers are making headway to understanding the causes and impacts of PCOS which affects about 10% of adolescents and women (with up to 70% of cases […]

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Media Release: $1.2 million for community-led endometriosis research and support

A digital health platform for endometriosis research and support will be developed by the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Research Institute thanks to $1.2 million funding from the Federal Government and Jean Hailes for Women’s Health. This project will harness the collective power of the endometriosis community – patient groups, researchers and clinicians – to deliver […]

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