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Research finds First Nations populations at greater risk of severe flu

21 April 2023

New research has found that First Nations populations around the world are significantly more likely to be hospitalised and die from influenza compared to non-Indigenous populations. 

New investment takes Hepatitis B research one step closer to finding a cure

16 November 2022

A team of scientists have been awarded $1.7 million over the next five years, to advance world-first research into a cure for hepatitis B virus infection thanks to a grant from the mRNA Victoria Activation Program.

Scientists further understanding of tuberculosis transmission in Victoria

07 November 2022

Scientists at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) and Doherty Institute have used whole genome sequencing to discover that the transmission of tuberculosis (TB) commonly occurs beyond household contacts in Victoria, in social or other settings.

The RMH Infectious Diseases Physician receives $3.9 million MRFF grant

02 September 2022

Congratulations to the RMH and The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity Infectious Diseases Physician Professor Steven Tong, who has been awarded $3.9 million in the latest round of Australian Government Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Grants.

Global study hopes to find cure for HIV

04 April 2022

HIV infection is a chronic condition that remains a major global health problem, with an estimated 38 million people world-wide living with the disease.

New study paves the way for more effective COVID-19 research and treatment

07 February 2022

A Melbourne-led study, involving researchers from the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH), suggests that a primary tissue culture model is more effective at recreating the human experience of COVID-19, leading to more accurate treatments for the condition.

The RMH leaders and innovators recognised in 2021 Brilliant Women in Digital Health

15 November 2021

Two individuals and one team from the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) have been recognised in the 2021 Brilliant Women in Digital Health, presented by Telstra Health.

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