14 Nov 2014

Let's face it: facial emotion processing is impaired in bipolar disorder.

Two researchers from MAPrc have published a study which looks at facial emotion processing in patients with bipolar disorder.

According to the study, patients with bipolar disorder have difficulty in recognizing and discriminating facial emotions.

Hepatitis E in Australian HIV-infected patients: An under-recognised pathogen?

A CCS study has assessed the seroprevalence of Hepatitis E virus in a cohort of HIV-infected patients with normal liver function and in another group with biochemical hepatitis.

According to the study. Hepatitis E virus infection has been found to cause chronic hepatitis in HIV-infected patients.

Anaesthesia outside the theatre environment

Adjunct Senior Lecturer Dr David Daly has co authored a study which looks at using anaesthesia outside the theatre environment.

According to the study, the demand for remote anaesthesia has dramatically increased in recent years.

10 Nov 2014

PhD student Peter Tsirikis receives 2015 Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Research Fellowship

Peter Tsirikis, PhD student
Joint PhD student in Department of Immunology with Prof Magdalena Plebanski and A/Prof Cordelia Selomulya in the Department of Chemical Engineering, Peter Tsirikis recently received the 2015 Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Research Fellowship.

Prof Magdalena Plebanski receives an ARC Discovery Grant

Department of Immunology researcher, Prof Magdalena Plebanski has been awarded an ARC Discovery Grant for her research in biodegradable nanoparticles.  Prof Plebanski is the project's lead investigator along with A/Prof Cordelia Selomulya from the Department of Chemical Engineering.
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