Low birth weight in Papua New Guinea is a killer. Help us research what is causing low birth weight in PNG so that we can stop it.
The harmful use of alcohol and other drugs can cause significant health and social problems.
AMR is increasingly a global health security concern with rising drug-resistant infections.
Adolescents face unmet health needs and growing inequality.
Drug-resistant TB, ZIKA virus and pandemic influenza.
Need to address primary health care and services for older people especially in poorer settings.
A blood-borne virus that attacks the liver causing acute and chronic disease.
A blood-borne virus causing chronic liver disease, cirrhosis and liver cancer.
Antiretroviral drugs means HIV is no longer a death sentence, but a cure remains elusive.
How molecular immunology and Inflammation research can impact a range of diseases.
Epidemiological and economic models to better inform public health decisions.
In Australia, HIV and other STI notifications are on the rise.
We are a member of the WHO’s Global Outbreak and Response Network (GOARN).
Accounts for the majority of hepatitis C infections and fatal drug overdoses.
Research building an evidence base to improve health outcomes for prisoners and ex-prisoners.
Improving the health and lives of people living with HIV in Australia and internationally.
Despite reductions globally, more than 430,000 people still die each year from malaria.
Many women and children die from preventable illnesses in vulnerable communities.
Child malnutrition is an underlying cause of death among children under five years pf age.
Hard to diagnose, quick to progress, potentially fatal.
Addresses puberty, sexuality, relationships, sexual health, fertility and birth.
HIV and other STI notifications on the rise in Australia.
Highly contagious air-borne disease increasingly becoming resistant to drug treatments.
Innovative methods to understand key issues affecting Australia’s young people to reduce risk.
The WHO declared this mosquito-borne virus a health emergency in 2016.
To achieve better health for vulnerable communities in Australia and internationally by accelerating the translation of research, discovery and evidence into sustainable health solutions.
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