We are proud to announce that The Centenary Institute’s Associate Professor Mark Gorrell, Head of the Molecular Hepatology Laboratory, has been appointed to the Academic Board of the University of Sydney. The Academic Board of each Australian University is an important driver of policy and strategy and consists of elected and appointed academics and elected students from all faculties. The University of Sydney’s Academic Board has a responsibility to encourage and maintain the highest standards in teaching, scholarship and research. The Academic Board reports to the University Senate and provides academic advice to both Senate and the Vice-Chancellor on all academic matters, including academic aspects of the University’s strategic plan, priorities and policies.
4 April, 2017
Grant to boost research into age-related blood vessel healthThe Centenary Institute’s Professor Jennifer Gamble has been awarded a Senior Researcher Grant under the NSW Cardiovascular Research Capacity Program receiving a total of $750,000 over three years. The grant will fund Professor Gamble’s research into vascular (blood vessel) health to aid healthy ageing and to help prevent disease.News Type: Media releaseDate
Research reveals gut’s crucial role in lung diseaseResearch led by the Centenary Institute, the University of Technology Sydney and the Hunter Medical Research Institute suggests that the gut microbiome plays a pivotal role in the development of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), paving the way for new therapeutic treatments.News Type: Media releaseDate
T cells team-up to protect the liver from infectionResearchers at the Centenary Institute have made an important breakthrough in understanding how the immune system fights off infections in the liver – paving the way for more specific and effective therapies to treat and prevent liver diseases such as viral hepatitis and fatty liver disease, and decrease the risk of liver transplant rejection.News Type: Media releaseDate
2024 International Day of Women and Girls in ScienceTo celebrate this year's International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we asked PhD Student Jinx Moore some questions about being a woman in science and what advice she has for other women aspiring to a career in science.News Type: ProfilesDate