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  • SCHN Quality and Innovation Awards

    Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network (SCHN) staff have been acknowledged for their innovative projects aimed at improving health outcomes for children across NSW. The SCHN Quality and Innovation Awards, held annually since 2013, recognise excellence in the delivery of health services.

  • Sydney to undertake clinical studies of needle-free vaccine patch

    Clinical studies to look at the potential of needle-free delivery for at-risk groups
  • Antimicrobials: handle with care

    Antimicrobials are a precious resource. Whilst antimicrobials have the potential to treat infections, the misuse of antimicrobials can contribute to a worldwide problem of antimicrobial resistance.
  • New grant could lead to a cure for cystic fibrosis

    A new grant will enable medical researchers to undergo development of a gene therapy for Cystic Fibrosis (CF) in the laboratory. 

    The $140,000 Barbara Stow-Smith Cure4 Cystic Fibrosis Innovation grant was awarded to a team of medical researchers from the University of Sydney’s Faculty of

  • The power of pathology

    Today is International Pathology Day, an annual awareness day dedicated to highlighting the fundamental role of pathology in the healthcare community and in the lives of everyone.

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