15 Nov 2013

India, Australia team up for trauma care system

With over five million deaths reported each year due to injuries, a collaboration was announced between India and Australia to develop world class trauma care system. Both countries are investing over $2.6 million in the Australia-India Trauma Systems Collaboration (AITSC). Australian High Commissioner Patrick Suckling inaugurated the AITSC on Friday 8 November. Led by the National Trauma Research Institute, a partnership between the Alfred Hospital and Monash University in Melbourne, and the JPN Apex Trauma Centre at AIIMS, the program brings together some of the world’s leaders in trauma care. Story link. Video link. See also AITSC page, NTRI page and http://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/India/20131109/2280839.html

Video: David Curtis and haematology research at the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD)

Associate Professor David Curtis, Head of the Blood Cancer Division, Australian Centre for Blood Diseases, talks about latest research in haematology at the ACBD, Central Clinical School, Monash University in this video. His group researches how to kill cancer stem cells. See main areas of ACBD research.
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