A group of international researchers, led by three from Centenary, has set out to better understand how blood clots are formed. The results of their study have recently been published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal eLife. The development has the potential to be life-changing for many Australians.
Read about the outcome of the study and why this area of research is so important.
Dr Ben Roediger, Head of Centenary’s Skin Imaging and Inflammation Laboratory is investigating the mechanisms by which inflammation contributes to chronic inflammatory diseases, including allergic disease and cancer.
Meet Dr Jessamy Tiffen from our Melanoma Immunology and Oncology Program who is working to reduce the impact of cancer, in particular Melanoma on individuals, families and the community as a whole.
Up to four young Australians, between the ages of 1 and 35 die each week following sudden cardiac arrest and a recent study, led by Centenary’s Professor Chris Semsarian AM, Head of our Molecular Cardiology Program, discovered that approximately 40 per cent of all deaths relating to sudden cardiac death could not be explained.
Over the past few decades, we have seen considerable progress in the control of cancer – one of the most quickly-advancing and complex chronic diseases affecting the population. This group of diseases, however, continues to present many challenges.
Follow this link to hear from Dr Chris Jolly, Head of our DNA Repair Group on his research and the impact of cancer on Australian lives.
Read about what it all means and the real impact on our nation HERE
Dr Jolly’s story was recently featured in the Sydney Morning Herald – read the story here
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!
Read all about our Humans of Medical Research HERE
How you can make an invaluable donation today or become a regular donor?
Help support Centenary’s latest appeal by making your donation through our secure on-line donation service or become a ‘Lifesaving Research’ regular donor in a few simple steps. To donate or establish a regular donation follow this link
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