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NEW SERVICE FOR PERTH MELANOMA PATIENTS

NEW SERVICE FOR PERTH MELANOMA PATIENTS

A new service combining Perkins researchers with the WA Melanoma Advisory Service will provide help for patients in Perth.

RAINE PRIMING GRANT FOR PERKINS RESEARCHER

RAINE PRIMING GRANT FOR PERKINS RESEARCHER

Mitochondrial researcher awarded top prize for Child Health at 2018 Raine awards

STEM CELL MYSTERY CLARIFIED

STEM CELL MYSTERY CLARIFIED

Perkins researchers have helped unearth new evidence in a mystery concerning stem cell reprogramming

NEW CENTRE TO TRANSFORM WA CANCER RESEARCH

NEW CENTRE TO TRANSFORM WA CANCER RESEARCH

ACRF grants $1.75M to establish advanced cancer genomics centre.

NEW CANCER TREATMENT DEVELOPED

NEW CANCER TREATMENT DEVELOPED

Perkins researchers create new drug to supercharge immune cells in the fight against cancer

FAULTY GENE LINKED TO OBESITY IN ADULTS

FAULTY GENE LINKED TO OBESITY IN ADULTS

New research links metabolic dysfunction to a problem with the energy generators in our cells

PERKINS SPINOUT ANNOUNCES POSITIVE TRIAL RESULTS

PERKINS SPINOUT ANNOUNCES POSITIVE TRIAL RESULTS

Dimerix Limited has reported positive results from a clinical trial investigating a new treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease.

IMPROVED METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT INFECTIONS

IMPROVED METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT INFECTIONS

Perkins researchers developed a faster method for finding the best antibiotic to treat an infection.

NEW TOOL TO HELP WOMEN AVOID SECOND BREAST CANCER SURGERY

NEW TOOL TO HELP WOMEN AVOID SECOND BREAST CANCER SURGERY

The state-of-the-art imaging system enables surgeons to ‘see’ the exact edge of a tumour.

VISIT THE LOTTERYWEST BIODISCOVERY CENTRE

VISIT THE LOTTERYWEST BIODISCOVERY CENTRE

Bring your family or friends to a state-of-the-art teaching laboratory in the Perkins building.

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