Clinical Associate Professor Devanshi Seth

Dr Seth has a wide spectrum of expertise in molecular/cellular biology, genetics, clinical, cancer research, industrial biotechnology and corporate management. Dr Seth directs a unique Research Program in Australia addressing the gaps in understanding Alcohol-induced Liver Disease. She established this research program as a response to this often neglected but a significant and much needed ...

Liver disease

Liver disease is caused by chronic inflammation and encompasses a wide range of diseases that vary in severity, from mild injury to severe liver fibrosis and scarring or cirrhosis.

Reducing cirrhosis threat for high-risk drinkers

Research led by the Centenary Institute has shown that a healthy weight and coffee consumption may help lower the risk of high-risk drinkers developing alcohol-induced cirrhosis (scarring of the liver), which causes approximately 300,000 deaths globally each year.

Meet our Humans of Medical Research

We want to introduce you to our scientists as humans. These are the people who directly benefit from your ongoing support. They are so excited to share their stories with you! You can even ask them a question! Julie Feng Focus, accuracy and persistence – these are just some of the many qualities possessed by ...

Mentoring women to the top of scientific research

Dozens of up-and-coming female researchers seeking to take their careers to new heights, are participating in this year’s Franklin Women’s mentoring program. Now in its second year, the six-month program has 74 mentees and mentors who have been carefully matched by Serendis Leadership Consulting. The Centenary Institute is among eight academic partners supporting Franklin Women, ...

Sydney Running Festival Success!

Amazing result by Team Centenary in this year’s Blackmores Sydney Running Festival! Professor Jenny Gamble placed 5th in her division in the 9km Bridge Run. Our Fundraising and Marketing Manager, Serena Stewart, completely the Half Marathon in just over 2 hours, raising an incredible $2,325, so far!  Young Centenary Foundation Member, Sarah Bellingham, also finished the Half ...

New Centenary Honours Graduates!

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 ...