Medical Research at ANU

Imaging malaria in the cell to stop the spread across the globe

Only a handful of malaria parasites need to breach the body’s defences and within a week, 40,000 progeny can emerge from each ruptured liver cell. These...

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Giving a voice to communities that need it most

When she is not on the frontline implementing feeding programs for mothers and their children in Afghanistan or responding to an Ebola outbreak in Uganda, Dr...

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New award helps medical students develop skills in parkinson’s disease care

A new award has been established to support students from the ANU Medical School to gain first-hand experience working with patients living with Parkinson...

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One person can make a difference

The great American President, John Kennedy, famously stated:  “It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do little...

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Dr Grace Moshi with Professor Chris Parish and Dr Lucy Coupland

Medical research at ANU spans the full spectrum of health research: from developing new techniques and equipment, to understanding the progression of disease and developing novel treatments, to educating tomorrow’s health professionals and informing health policy.

Highlights »

Read featured stories about medical reasearch at ANU. 

Schools & centres »

Read more about ANU schools and centres involved in medical reasearch.

History & achievements »

Read here how ANU became a world player in medical research.

Updated:  23 February 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, JCMRF/Page Contact:  Executive Officer, JCMRF