Research projects at the Doherty Institute: PhD, MPhil, Masters and Honours
22 May 2018
Genetics sheds light on the spread of tuberculosis bacteria
21 May 2018
Professor Elizabeth Hartland, Director and CEO of the Hudson Institute, speaks about her lab’s work.
15 May 2018
Dr Norelle Sherry - Fighting Superbugs
Malaria in pregnancy
In a recent study in PNG, the Rogerson Group found that their drug combination decreased low birth weight babies by a quarter.
Environmental surveillance for poliovirus
The lab tests sewage collected at sentinel sites in Australia - even negative results for poliovirus are of international significance in the fight to eradicate polio.
Novel approaches to hepatitis B cure
Hepatitis B is currently incurable, the Revill Group is looking at novel therapeutic targets that may lead to a cure.
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The Doherty Institute has a range of spaces available for hire that can cater for meetings, seminars and other larger events.
Breakthroughs happen when research leaders work with philanthropists to solve difficult and pressing global health problems.
Meet Dr Sarah Hanieh. She is a paediatric infectious diseases physician and has worked in maternal and child health for over 16 years. She recently took part in the largest all women expedition to Antarctica (the Homeward Bound Project) a leadership, strategic and science initiative for women in STEMM.
Meet Dr Hamish McWilliam. He is a Research Officer for the Department of Microbiology and Immunlogy. Hamish's research investigates how the immune system is alerted to bacterial infections using cell biology, biochemistry and immunology techniques.