Research

  • Unlocking the answers to childhood diseases

    COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of many things; the need for good hand hygiene, the importance of social distancing when we are unwell, the value of our healthcare workers. It has also highlighted the importance of progress in science, research and healthcare.

  • ZERO funding boost: $67m to expand personalised medicine program

    The world-leading Zero Childhood Cancer program (ZERO) has this week received $67 million from both the Federal government and Minderoo Foundation, to help give all children and young people with cancer the greatest chance of survival.

  • Michelle Beets Memorial Award winners

    Professor Karen Zwi, Community Paediatrician at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick has been named the 2019 Gold Metropolitan Finalist of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation’s Michelle Beets Memorial Award, and Nadine Griffiths, Clinical Nurse Consultant in the Grace Centre for Newborn Intensive Care a

  • AFR Women of Influence winners

    Professor Julie Leask, Professional Fellow with the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS) has been named overall winner of the Australian Financial Review Women of Influence Awards and Associate Professor Tracey O’Brien, Director of the Kids Cancer Centre at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and has won the Innovation category.

  • Study reveals causes of childhood brain infections

    A report published in the Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases today has discussed the leading causes for childhood brain infections.

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