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Jan 22, 2018 09:00 PM

Key support for Garvan’s cancer research in 2018 and beyond

Garvan researchers are thrilled to be among the recipients of grants in recently announced funding schemes from the National Breast Cancer Foundation and Cancer Australia. The funding will provide crucial support for a n...

MEDIA RELEASE: Oct 06, 2017 05:00 AM

Biosensor mouse lights up health and disease

Garvan researchers have developed a biosensor mouse that gives a real-time readout of the rapidly changing ‘skeleton’ within cells. The researchers have watched cells respond dynamically to their surrounding environment ...

Jun 29, 2017 11:01 AM

Supporting a new mentoring program for women in health and m...

Garvan researchers are taking part – both as mentees and mentors – in a new mentoring program for women in health and medical research, launched on Thursday (June 22nd) by Franklin Women.

MEDIA RELEASE: May 16, 2017 10:42 PM

Tumour-trained T cells go on patrol

‘Tumour-trained’ immune cells – which have the potential to kill cancer cells – have been seen moving from one tumour to another for the first time. The new findings, which were uncovered by scientists at Sydney’s Garvan...

May 12, 2016 09:23 AM

Winners of Garvan’s Childcare Travel Awards announced

Drs Cindy Ma and Tatyana Chtanova, both of Garvan’s Immunology Division, are the first recipients of the recently launched Garvan Childcare Travel Awards.

Nov 09, 2015 03:36 PM

NHMRC funding success for Garvan researchers

Researchers at Garvan have received a total of $11 million in peer-reviewed funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), out of a total of $630 million distributed to researchers across Australi...

MEDIA RELEASE: May 14, 2015 07:00 PM

Frontline immune cells can travel for help

A new study shows that 'neutrophils', cells which form the bulk of our fast-acting ‘innate’ immune system, behave differently, depending on whether an injury is infected or not.

MEDIA RELEASE: Apr 01, 2015 03:00 AM

Memory immune cells that screen intruders as they enter lymp...

Garvan scientists have discovered a new population of ‘memory’ immune cells, throwing light on what the body does when it sees a microbe for the second time. This insight, and others like it, will enable the development ...