Our PhD, Masters and Honours students are some of the hardest working people in our Institute! They make an invaluable contribution to our research, helping to improve our understanding of cancer, inflammation and cardiovascular disease.
Congratulations to the following Honours students who have recently had their PhDs awarded, as well as a big thank you to their supervisors:
Supervised by Nick Shackel (Liver Cell Biology)
Supervised by Chris Jolly (DNA Repair)
Supervised by Chris Semsarian (Molecular Cardiology)
Supervised by Jeff Holst (Origins of Cancer)
Supervised by Warwick Britton (TB)
Supervised by Devanshi Seth (Liver Injury & Cancer)
Researchers have shown that older people and men tend to have higher levels of the enzyme ACE2 on the cells of their lower lungs–and that this may be the reason for their increased risk from COVID-19.
Scientists in Australia, including from the Centenary Institute, have developed a method for the rapid synthesis of safe vaccines.
Improving the clinical care of patients with cirrhosis will be the focus of a new three year PhD project being undertaken at the Centenary Institute.