Latest Hudson Institute News

Sweet discovery could drive down inflammation, cancers and viruses
Filling gaps in immune system cancer research
IBD causing bacteria discovered in mice
Kirstin’s stillbirth story
Cancer pioneer Simon Chu’s Ride4Research
Australian scientists find genetic cause of lupus
Professor Elizabeth Hartland to Chair VicAAMRI
Professor Elizabeth Hartland new Chair of VicAAMRI
Reducing preterm stillbirth
Equipping hospitals for primary aldosteronism patients
Victorian Premier’s Awards recognise rising stars
Helping pre-term babies avoid bronchopulmonary dysplasia by controlling immune responses
Obesity during pregnancy affects baby and placenta – but impacts vary depending on sex
GPs take second look at primary aldosteronism and high blood pressure
Uncovering mechanism driving antimicrobial resistance
Targeting viral lung infections two ways
Germline Stem Cell Biology team wins ARC Discovery grant
Shining light on our youngest ovarian cancer patients
Why inflammation is important
Funding boost for ovarian cancer research
Grants support critical and otherwise unfunded ovarian cancer research
How and why of neuroprotection
Molecular culprit caught driving unwanted cell death
New arsenal in fight against childhood cancer
Top Victorian researchers join together to fight childhood cancer
New partnership between BiomeBank and Hudson Institute
Microbiome medicine accelerated by new partnership between BiomeBank and Hudson Institute
Researchers discover way to disarm potentially deadly Listeria bacteria
Associate member positions for two of our own
Understanding brain blood flow to reduce brain damage in babies
Placental cell therapy could deliver new treatment options for liver disease
Veski Fellowship to give POP researcher international experience boosting 3D Bioprinted clinical construct
Colon cancer breakthrough – combo therapy halts cell growth
Victoria recognises sustained excellence and early-career potential among science and innovation leaders
Million-dollar prize for team developing new vaginal reconstruction biomaterials
Combatting killer – better understanding what causes small cell lung cancer
Cataloguing brain cancer in children- Hudson Institute celebrates new funding
Neural stem cells may hold key to combatting newborn brain injury
Early intervention treatment for cerebral palsy shows promise despite sex differences
H.pylori vaccine research targets stomach cancer
Making more effective and efficient RNA therapeutics
Brain injury at birth – better start for newborns
Flicking inflammation off-switch
Pelvic organ prolapse treatment attracts international award
Hudson CEO appointed to NHMRC Council
Hudson Institute part of international project exploring sex differences in disease
Identifying keys to preventing cerebral palsy in premature babies
Hudson Institute specialist guiding Victoria’s RNA future