VIDEO: 2018 – A Year in Review
We would like to wish our generous supporters a safe and happy Christmas and New Year!
This year, your belief in our life-saving researcher has helped us:
- Improve the diagnosis rate of a potentially deadly heart condition by up to 20 per cent.
- Discover a potential new pathway for cancer therapies.
- Boost the human body’s fight against melanoma by uncovering a new pathway in the body.
- Gain new insight into the never-ending arms race between viruses and their hosts.
- Uncover a brand new virus underpinning kidney disease.
- Progress towards the development of a more effective vaccine against tuberculosis.
- Uncover the causes and mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease.
- Discover a cure for a sub-set of one of the most common genetic blood diseases in the world, Beta-thalassemia.
- Develop a novel drug which is being touted as a major step forward in the battle against obesity.
- Create a more realistic model of primary liver cancer.
- Determine how to develop safer blood-clotting drugs.
Hear from our scientists themselves about how your support has helped improve human health!
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Centenary Institute scientists have conducted a study which could change how researchers discover the causes of genetic heart disease.
Centenary's Professor Mark Gorrell has been involved in a study, which has developed a new way to monitor ovarian cancer growth.
An image taken by Dr Ka Ka Ting has featured on the frontcover of scientific journal Diabetologia.