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25 October, 2021

Professor Caroline Homer appointed NHMRC Council Chair

Burnet Institute’s Professor Caroline Homer AO has been appointed Chair of the Council of the National Health and Medical Research Council.


25 October, 2021

Sustained investment is needed to eliminate hepatitis C by 2030

A new report highlights the ongoing decline of hepatitis C testing and treatment uptake and the cost-effectiveness of sustained investments in treatments.


25 October, 2021

COVID doesn’t need to run rampant. Here are six ways to keep cases low in the next year

Professor Brendan Crabb and Professor Nancy Baxter highlight the importance of a vaccines-plus strategy in a commentary for The Conversation.


22 October, 2021

As Melbourne cautiously opens up today, what lies ahead?

Professor Mike Toole AM and Professor Mark Stoové take a look at what lies ahead for post-lockdown Melbourne in this commentary for The Conversation.


22 October, 2021

Social media analysis shows support for public health measures

TIGER C19 analysis of Twitter and Reddit keywords reflects mixed impact of extended lockdowns in Australia.


21 October, 2021

Burnet Institute statement re. news.com.au article

Statement in response to an article questioning peer-reviewed Burnet study findings on the impact of a mandatory mask policy.


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27 October, 2021

Burnet Kirby Report Launch: Australia’s progress towards hepatitis C elimination

Join us for the launch of the third annual Australia’s progress towards hepatitis C elimination report, jointly published by the Burnet and Kirby Institutes.


11 November, 2021

The EC Australia Webinar Series 2021

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