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$3.4M research chair for infection and immunity announced

Added 7 Nov 2016 -
The Kirby Institute at UNSW is pleased to announce the establishment of The Atlantic Philanthropies Chair of Infection and Immunity. The appointment is to be held by Scientia Professor David Cooper, Director...
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Australia sees groundbreaking roll-out of hep C cure, but enhanced prevention efforts still needed to drive down new infections

Added 28 Sep 2016 -
Australia is on track to cure more people of hepatitis C in 2016 alone than in the past 20 years, according to a new report from the Kirby Institute at UNSW Australia.   The report, released today at the...
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Academic title of Adjunct Associate Professor at the Kirby Institute to be conferred upon AFAO CEO Darryl O’Donnell

Added 16 Sep 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to announce that Darryl O’Donnell, CEO of the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) will have the academic title of Adjunct Associate Professor conferred upon him by...
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David Cooper awarded the John Yu medal

Added 26 Aug 2016 -
The Kirby Institute’s long-time director, Scientia Professor David A. Cooper, has been awarded the John Yu Medal in recognition of his achievements in promoting regional and global health. The honour, from The...
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Sexual coercion of men in Australian prisons: who is at risk?

Added 26 Aug 2016 -
Gay and bisexual men and men who have had unwanted sex outside prison are the groups most at risk of sexual coercion in Australian prisons. Men in prison for the first time and men who had spent more than a...
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