Centenary Institute - Medical Research

Professor Phil Hansbro, Director of the Centenary UTS Centre for Inflammation is leading a new study that will explore the health impacts of people’s exposure to bushfire smoke.

Centenary Institute - Medical Research


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Sydney Morning Herald features Centenary cardiac research

Centenary Institute research showing that genetic testing can help identify the cause of sudden cardiac arrest in young people has been featured in the SMH.

Anti-inflammatory benefits from gut bacteria found in fish and humans

Researchers at the Centenary Institute have found that sensitivity of the immune system to ‘good’ gut bacteria is present in zebrafish.

Professor Phil Hansbro on 60 Minutes

Professor Phil Hansbro has featured on the current affairs program 60 Minutes, explaining his critical research on bushfire smoke and its impact on the health of Australians.


Upcoming Events

    Meet our Scientist


    Professor Phil Hansbro, Head of the Centenary UTS Centre for Inflammation will live chat on social media about his team’s research into the impact of bushfire smoke on our health.

    Run Melbourne

    Nov 1

    Run Melbourne isn’t your average run. Over the last 12 years it has grown into a movement that has changed the culture of what it means to run through the city streets.

    Blackmores Running Festival

    Nov 8

    Whether you want to have a fun day with the Family Fun Run, take on 10kms with the Bridge Run or be bold and do the Blackmores Half Marathon. This day is a great way to experience Sydney.



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