• Helping children's ears for 20 years

    Had it not been for Statewide Infant Screening – Hearing (SWISH), one-year-old Archie may still not have been diagnosed with hearing loss, and the long-term impacts of this would have already begun to set in.
  • Next step to mainstream gene therapies

    Gene therapies have helped patients in our Network see stars in the sky for the first time. Now, experts are calling for research to look at how gene therapies can be adapted and scaled to become standard practices for people right around Australia.
  • Research project to help elevate newborn bloodspot screening

    A new research project to enhance newborn screening is set to help new and emerging treatment therapies be available to children as early as possible by using genome sequencing to screen for a range of treatment-ready genetic conditions.
  • Grace Centre farewells leading neonatal nurse

    Clinical Nurse Consultant, A/Prof Kaye Spence AM, is bidding farewell to the Grace Centre after 40 years of service.
  • COVID's extraordinary silver lining

    How the pandemic gave five Sydney teens a new lease on life.