Discovery could open door to new COPD treatment
Research led by the Centenary Institute, the University of Technology Sydney and Ghent University Hospital, Belgium has identified a new therapeutic approach for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Medical research ‘speed dating’ at Centenary InstituteThe Centenary Institute has given members of the public, school students and stakeholders the opportunity to find out what it’s like to be a scientist – and to better understand what it takes to be at the cutting-edge of medical discovery – with its unique ‘speed dating’ event, held as part of the Spark Festival.News Type: EventsDate
World-leading cardiovascular program celebrates 20 year anniversaryThe Centenary Institute’s Agnes Ginges Centre for Molecular Cardiology has celebrated twenty years of world-leading research into the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of genetic heart diseases and sudden cardiac death in the community.News Type: EventsDate
Inflammation in the spotlightThe Centenary Institute has held its inaugural ‘Inflammation Symposium’ on 13 and 14 July, highlighting the latest in medical research across the field of inflammation and disease.News Type: EventsDate
Tuberculosis symposium hosted at CentenaryThe Centenary Institute has hosted the TB-CRE 2021 Symposium, which has showcased the latest tuberculosis research from international members and collaborators, and provided a platform for TB discussion and planning.News Type: EventsDate