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$12 million boost for HIV research at the Kirby Institute

Added 1 Dec 2016 -
Sydney, Australia– UNSW’s Kirby Institute has been awarded a $12 million grant (AUD) from UNITAID to conduct aclinical trial to improve treatment options for people with HIV infection who experience treatment...
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CANCELLED: Kirby Seminar - Ms Sofia Bartlett - "Modelling the Effects of Targeted DAA Hepatitis C Virus Treatment Strategies Using a Molecular Transmission Network of People with Recent Infection."

Added 29 Nov 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present:  Ms Sofia Bartlett – Postgraduate Research Candidate – Viral Hepatitis Clinical Research Program, Kirby Institute   “Modelling the Effects of Targeted DAA...
Image - CANCELLED: Kirby Seminar - Ms Sofia Bartlett - "Modelling the Effects of Targeted DAA Hepatitis C Virus Treatment Strategies Using a Molecular Transmission Network of People with Recent Infection."

Kirby Seminar - Professor Kristie Ebi - "Managing the health risks of a changing climate."

Added 29 Nov 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present:    Professor Kristie Ebi – Director, Centre for Health and the Global Environment – University of Washington, USA   "Managing the health risks of a changing...
Image - Kirby Seminar - Professor Kristie Ebi - "Managing the health risks of a changing climate."

Australian Awards Fellowship program improves research expertise to control tropical diseases

Added 24 Nov 2016 -
This week, the Kirby Institute welcomed 14 current and future leaders from Indonesia, Cambodia, Fiji and Solomon Islands for a research training program designed to strengthen the capacity of partners to...
Australian Awards Fellowship program

HIV rates remain stable, while STIs continue to rise: Australia’s annual report card on HIV, STIs and viral hepatitis

Added 14 Nov 2016 -
New HIV notifications in Australia have remained stable over the past four years, following a steady increase since 1999, according to the 2016 Australian Annual Surveillance Report into sexually transmissible...
Image - HIV rates remain stable, while STIs continue to rise: Australia’s annual report card on HIV, STIs and viral hepatitis

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