It’s #ThinkyThursday! Clinical Research Coordinator for #TPCH Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre Michelle Woods is changing lives. CF patient Tracey has been able to start full-time work for the first time in almost 20 years!
The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre is trialling a breakthrough drug that could allow patients to live decades longer, by turning the acutely fatal disease into a manageable condition.
Dr Catherine Forristal joined Redcliffe Hospital’s Emergency Department last year as its first Research Manager. This #ThinkyThursday recognises the incredible work Catherine is doing to drive research in the ED.
Happy #ThinkyThursday! Since receiving a 2019 Clinician Research Fellowship, speech pathologist Dr Clare Burns has worked on improving patient’s access to healthcare, especially whose struggling with swallowing and
Our #ThinkyThursday story today introduces Associate Professor and 2019 Clinician Research Fellowship recipient Andrew Mallett. The grant has allowed Andrew to hone in on his research into genetically or inherited kidney disease.
Introducing this week’s #ThinkyThursday Clinician Fellowship recipient Dr Don McLeod! Since receiving the Fellowship Dr McLeod has been able to delve deeper into the root causes and treatments of thyroid cancer.
The second round of Metro North Clinical Research Fellowships is now open! Last year Dr Siok Tey was awarded one of give grants and since then has been able to enhance her research into cancer treatment.
From the lab to the bedside, Metro North researchers are conducting ground-breaking research every day. Last night, our researchers were recognised for their stellar achievements at our annual Metro North Research Excellence Awards.
In a first of its kind, seven early career research grants have been awarded from a funding collaboration between the Metro North Office of Research, the University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, and QIMR Berghofer.
A team of researchers at The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) are turning the tide on the world’s deadliest cancer, after bringing an international CT screening trial to Australia to detect lung abnormalities, before it’s too late.
The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital’s Professor Michael Reade and his research team including Dr Anthony Holley have been the first Australians to win an award at the US Military Health System Research Symposium, the largest military clinical science conference worldwide.
Older people are at greater harm from a combination of serious illness and he hospital environment, leading to geriatric syndromes such as delirium, functional decline, falls, incontinence and pressure injuries.