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SVI Support Group dinner 2022

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Dr Natalie Wee

Rising Stars

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Dr Prerak Trivedi

Rising Stars

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Dr Carlos Andres Peña Solorzano

Rising Stars

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Dr Jacki Heraud-Farlow

Rising Stars

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Dr Rohan Bythell-Douglas

Rising Stars

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New Fellowship supports gene editing research

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SVI's Dr Astrid Glaser has been awarded the Inaugural Captain Courageous Fellowship, for research focused on developing a new treatment path for the

Clinical Biostatistician – Immunology and Diabetes

Careers

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SVI Health Matters Webinar Series: Ovarian Cancer

Events

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Unexpected discovery offers rare disease hope

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Scientists at SVI have made a ‘surprising’ new finding that may support improved screening, diagnosis and treatment targets for the rare and fatal

mRNA research could be key to type 1 diabetes treatment

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A team led by SVI’s Associate Professor Mark Chong, has been awarded a two-year grant from the Victorian Government’s new mRNA Research Acceleration

Funding supports new approach to Alzheimer’s disease

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A team led by SVI’s Professor Michael Parker was recently awarded a Faye Williams Innovation Grant from the Dementia Australia Research Foundation,

New medical discovery centre forges ahead

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Victorian Minister for Innovation, Medical Research and the Digital Economy, Jaala Pulford, this week visited the site of the future Aikenhead Centre

STAT3 signaling and the role of stromal-vascular communication in the development of cortical bone

Student projects

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Autumn 2022

Newsletters Online

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New funding brings medical discovery to life

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SVI is excited to have secured a $2.5 million grant through The Ian Potter Foundation to support the Aikenhead Centre for Medical ​Discovery (ACMD).

Immunotherapy explained

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The human immune system works every minute of every day to keep the body healthy – through constant monitoring, and by tracking and destroying

Diversity is in the DNA

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Bioinformatician and PhD student Neke Ibeh has a vision for a world where all people, regardless of their background, can equally benefit from

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