Managing chronic pain in more mobile ways
With one in five Australians living with chronic pain, we teamed up with Metro North Hospital and Health Service and the University of Queensland to develop a mobile platform for pain intervention.
Attitude adjustment: choosing life over looks as weight loss motivation
Moving from the mirror to the medical check-up, our latest research has found changing motivations for weight loss.
Unlocking the secrets of mysterious microbes
Can we unlock the mystery of how microbes below the surface of the earth find the energy to live?
Protecting the proteins that protect us from cancer
We’re researching a treatment to target prostate and HPV-related cancers including cervical, anal and head and neck cancers.
Can AI help fight antibiotic-resistant superbugs?
Humanity is in a race against time to develop new ways to keep rapidly evolving superbugs in check. We’re collaborating on an AI-powered network to help.
Working to treat ‘untreatable’ cancers
We’re working to provide Australian cancer patients with revolutionary new therapies known as theranostics to fight even the most difficult-to-treat cancers.
Swinburne taps our Data61 spin-out for telehealth education
Students studying health-related courses now have access to remote health delivery systems in anticipation of wider adoption of the technology in the near future.
A virtual reality check for cancer research
Virtual reality (VR) technology is for more than just gaming. We're working with our partners on a new project using VR to aid in diagnostics and treatment for young cancer patients.
The wound that won’t heal: solving the puzzle of Buruli ulcer
With cases of the devastating Buruli ulcer increasing in Victoria and expanding to new areas, we’re working with experts to figure out how it spreads.
Mobile app gets specialist advice to burns victims ASAP
We’ve teamed up with Fiona Stanley Hospital in WA to develop an app to support treatment for burns victims.
Clamping down on the mysterious Disease X
We're working with CEPI and The University of Queensland on “just in time” technologies to fight the next global pandemic.