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An improved high-tech fluorescence microscopy technique is allowing researchers to film cells inside the breast as never seen before.

25 February 2021
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New tools and methods have been described by WEHI researchers to study an unusual protein modification and gain fresh insights into its roles in human health and disease.

5 February 2021
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Dr Sarah Stephenson has been featured in the OUTstanding LGBT+ Future Leaders Role Model List 2020.

21 January 2021
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A Melbourne-led research consortium investigating the impact of iron treatments on maternal and newborn health in low-income countries has received two major grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

18 December 2020
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WEHI’s COVID-19, dementia and blood cancer researchers are among the beneficiaries of $10.9M of National Health and Medical Research Council funding announced this week by the Australian Government.

16 December 2020
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Our researchers have identified a key molecular regulator involved in the progression and spread of stomach cancer, suggesting a potential new approach to treat this devastating disease.

15 December 2020
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Australian and European researchers have released updated, evidence-based guidance for managing iron deficiency, a serious worldwide health problem.

5 December 2020
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WEHI researchers have identified a protein that could protect the kidneys from ‘bystander’ damage caused by cancer therapies.

25 November 2020
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WEHI scientists Dr Cyril Seillet and Dr Rhea Longley have been jointly awarded the 2020 Burnet Prize, the institute’s highest scientific honour.

25 November 2020
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The achievements of WEHI’s bioinformatics and computational biology researchers have been recognised with Australian Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Society (ABACBS) awards.

25 November 2020