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Revisiting the sequenator

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In 1958, Geoff Begg was employed as a junior laboratory assistant to SVI’s first director, Professor Pehr Edman, a pioneer in the field of protein

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100 years of insulin – where to from here?

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On this day 100 years ago, 14-year-old type 1 diabetes patient Leonard Thompson lay dying at Toronto General Hospital.

Weighing only 29 kilograms,

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New grants support blood cancer and liver disease research

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SVI projects tackling inherited liver disease and the blood cancer multiple myeloma have been awarded grants from the St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne

Liver organoid research in the news

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New SVI research to develop liver ‘organoids’ – mini-liver constructs that replicate the structure and function of human liver – has been highlighted

Our research changed Margaret’s life

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At SVI, the partnership between our researchers and our donors — between altruism and science — has given life to discoveries that otherwise would

Lipoedema diagnostic test, treatments get closer

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New SVI research on lipoedema – a debilitating chronic disease often misdiagnosed as obesity – provides a path to potential drug treatments and

Discovery Fund supports SVI’s first ovarian cancer laboratory

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When SVI supporter Christine Tarascio AM envisaged SVI’s Discovery Fund in 2007, her aim was to build an endowment fund of at least $5 million to

A terrible disease

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“Ugly” is how Bernadette Dennis characterises ovarian cancer, the insidious disease that claimed the lives of both her mother and sister.

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Microscope arrives to thunderous applause

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PhD student Vanessa Tsui has this year welcomed the addition of a new piece of technology to SVI’s research toolkit – the Leica Thunder Imager –

A visionary gift

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Ten years ago, Gerald Snowden’s beloved wife Patricia – with whom he raised their 11 children – passed away with breast cancer.

In the decade that

mRNA: The messenger molecule

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Originally discovered in 1961, messenger RNA (mRNA) is now world-famous as our get-out-of-jail-free card to escaping a locked-down COVID world.

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