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Major project funding heralds new frontiers in innovative health futures

October 26th, 2017

A major project is now underway at Murdoch University to transform the way new therapeutic drugs are tested, giving the community and patients a greater say in treatment. The project has received significant funding, including a grant from MTPConnect and a long list of medical sector partners, including Telethon Kids Institute as a key cash partner.

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Aboriginal health focus at forum

May 25th, 2017

From left to right, Professors Fiona Stanley, Rhonda Marriott and Eeva Leinonen

Research into improving the health and welfare of Indigenous Australians is being shared and discussed at the inaugural Aboriginal Health Research Forum.

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Major grant to build world’s first precision medicine research centre for infants and children

October 21st, 2015

Dr Andrew Currie

The world’s first centre specialising in precision medicine for infants and young children has been funded at Murdoch University.

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Indigenous researcher makes Western Australian of the Year shortlist

May 28th, 2015

Professor Rhonda Marriott

Aboriginal health researcher Professor Rhonda Marriott has been shortlisted in the Western Australian of the Year Awards.

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Disadvantaged Pilbara community to connect with politicians

October 30th, 2014

A major research project on the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal women and young children in a Pilbara town will be capped with a day of celebration on Wednesday, November 5.

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New study to investigate maternity provision for Aboriginal women

June 9th, 2014

A multi-faceted study led by a Murdoch University researcher will influence the way maternity services support Aboriginal women in Western Australia during pregnancy and birthing.

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