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Communications and Marketing Manager

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NRL Laboratory Technician

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Appointment of new auditors

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SVI wishes to announce that the Auditors appointed to Audit the Financial Statutory Accounts for SVI have been changed, effective December 2022. The

SVI scientists awarded NHMRC Ideas Grants

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Congratulations to Dr Jacki Heraud-Farlow and Dr Kim Loh, who were both awarded Ideas Grants in the Australian Government’s National Health and

Help us help people like Phil

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Around 250 Australians are diagnosed with dementia every day, with the majority of these people affected by Alzheimer’s disease.  Sadly, it is

SVI donors show their love of science

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Six young scientists will be able to pursue new projects in 2023, thanks to the commitment and generosity of SVI’s philanthropic donors who attended

New grants for immune cell and bone research

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Two new Australian Research Council grants awarded to SVI scientists will help define why immunity differs from person to person, and why bone

Spring 2022

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T cell exhaustion in autoimmune diabetes

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SVI’s Support Group impact touches many

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After a three-year hiatus, SVI’s Support Group recently held its ‘comeback’ Black Tie Dinner at The Athenaeum Club. 

“We were very pleased that we

NHMRC grant awarded to Professor Carl Walkley

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Professor Carl Walkley’s research aimed at understanding the role of cellular RNA editing received a $2.3M boost with an Investigator Grant from the

Cancer Australia takes project to next level

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Professor Louise Purton, one of Australia’s leading blood disease researchers, has recently been awarded a Cancer Australia grant to improve

Funding boost for heart repair research

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A two-year grant announced today from the Medical Research Future Fund’s Cardiovascular Health Mission will support a team led by SVI’s Dr Shiang

Anion exchange paper (DE81)

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Researchers at SVI have developed a DEAE-based anion-exchange filter replacement for GE Healthcare’s DE81. This product is available to the wider

Targeting immune cells to treat Alzheimer’s

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Almost half a million Australians live with dementia, with some 1.6 million people involved in their care. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common

Brain study leads to bone discovery

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A study led by Monash University has resulted in a new area of scientific inquiry for SVI’s Deputy Director and leading bone biologist, Professor

New approaches to beta-cell replacement

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Recurrence of type 1 diabetes in transplanted autologous beta cells

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