Latest Burnet Institute News

Every Yarn Counts In Hepatitis C
Ground-breaking clinical trial to test the effectiveness of Germicidal Ultraviolet Light to fight airborne viruses
Link revealed between maternal STIs and reduced birthweights in Papua New Guinea
Burnet supports Papua New Guinea in rolling out new treatment for drug resistant tuberculosis
Increasing COVID-19 vaccinations through community-based solutions
New laboratories to combat antimicrobial resistance in Papua New Guinea
Year Of Change And Development
Aged Care Study To Test Virus Fighting Technology
Empowering Indigenous Voices In Perinatal Care
Eliminating Malaria In Our Region
Landmark accelerator program launched at Burnet Institute
Changes To Burnet’s Board
Researchers Join World Leaders At World Health Summit
Anticipating the inevitable: how prepared are we for the next pandemic?
NRH received swaddle baby blankets from the Burnet Institute and NCIRS
Resolve and resources needed to end Malaria as a public health threat
Opioids more potent than fentanyl have been detected in Australia. So what are nitazenes?
Championing Continuity Of Care In Midwifery
Reducing transmissible infections through improved indoor air quality
Strengthening surveillance and response for vector-borne diseases
No Evidence Probiotics Offer Benefit During Pregnancy
Leading Fight Against Daru’s TB Epidemic
Youth Empowerment Vital In TB Fight
Writing Final Chapter In Fight To End TB
Investing In Next Generation Of Tuberculosis Treatment
Scientists Push For Action On Clean Indoor Air
Invest in aid for Australian prosperity, security
Eliminating Malaria Requires New Solutions
Australian Institute for Infectious Disease (AIID) announces early works contractor
Australian Institute For Infectious Disease One Step Closer
Blocking fertilisation of parasite-causing malaria opens new doors in eradication efforts
JN.1 signifies a new era in the pandemic, but where to from here?
Burnet researchers exchange insights at Lorne Infection & Immunity 2024
Burnet research driving WHO guidelines on preventing maternal deaths
Child marriage a key factor in Laos’ high adolescent pregnancy rate
The emergence of JN.1 is an evolutionary ‘step change’ in the COVID pandemic. Why is this significant?
Could antivirals reduce your risk of long COVID? Where the research is up to on prevention and treatment
Gilead supports the next generation of local HIV scientists in run up to the 35th World AIDS Day
Available articles & sources – World AIDS Day
Fighting liver disease in remote Indigenous communities
$35 million for new Centres of Research Excellence in health and medical research
Centres of Research Excellence to develop solutions for significant health concerns
Long COVID symptoms can improve, but their resolution is slow and imperfect
Infectious Disease Institute Now Step Closer
Review considers when is best to administer antenatal corticosteroids
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Victoria And South Africa To Partner On mRNA Vaccines
New insights into preventing malaria