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SVI COVID-19 update

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In keeping with the advice of the nation’s public health experts, SVI will not be hosting any seminars, public events or tours until further notice.

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Thank you for thinking of supporting St Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research (SVI)!

Our world-class researchers are working hard to tackle some

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SVI joins response to tackle COVID-19

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SVI’s National Serology Reference Laboratory (NRL) has joined with The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity and the Burnet Institute to

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If you/your child meets the criteria and you/they are interested in participating, contact the trial site that is most convenient for you:

The Royal

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A phase 2 clinical trial – Name TBC – based on findings by scientists at St Vincent's Institute of medical Research (SVI) in Melbourne, will be under

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Participants must be between the ages of 12 - 30 years old, and must have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes within the last 100 days.

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Professor Tom Kay, Principal Investigator

Professor Tom Kay has been the Director of St Vincent's Institute of Medical Research (SVI) since 2002. He

About type 1 diabetes

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Type 1 diabetes is a chronic auto-immune disease caused when a person’s immune system incorrectly identifies the insulin-producing cells of the

Clinical trial for type 1 diabetes

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Have you, or someone you know, recently been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes?

We are looking for participants aged 12 – 30 – who have been diagnosed

For the Love of Science-Take 2!

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We are pleased to announce that $200,000 was raised at SVI's 2nd Annual 'For the Love of Science' fundraising dinner. Proceeds from the event are

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