Manjimup Senior high school students will get a first-hand taste of what it's like to be a doctor or dentist when The University of Western Australia's Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences visits the local senior high school tomorrow.
Harvard University and The University of Western Australia have joined forces to publish an academic research paper on bone diseases and fractures in the prestigious journal Cytokine & Growth Factor Reviews.
Three newly discovered molecules may be important in treating breast and prostate cancers, according to a team of researchers from The University of Western Australia who are interested in the strong link between hormones and cancer.
Instead of anti-depressants, cognitive behavioural therapy, relaxation and biofeedback may be helpful in treating patients who have depressive symptoms as well as back pain, according to a researcher at the University of Western Australia.
An announcement today of a licensing agreement with US drug company Sarepta Therapeutics to develop new treatments based on award-winning research into Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) at The University of Western Australia may lead to the State's first genetic drug derived from WA research.
A potential link between professional pesticide treatments in the home and a higher risk of children developing brain tumours has been revealed in a new study from the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research.
Esperance high school students will get a first-hand taste of what it's like to be a doctor or dentist when The University of Western Australia's Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences visits two local high schools this week.
Thalidomide - the ‘morning-sickness' drug that caused serious birth defects in the 1950s - is now being used to treat cancer. And new ways are being developed to tailor cancer treatment to individual patients.
A passion for community pharmacy and helping young pharmacists realise their potential as health professionals has seen a PhD student and tutor from The University of Western Australia honoured for being a role model to others in her profession.
After two recent reports suggesting that exposing bacteria to tea tree oil may contribute to antibiotic resistance in humans, an international study - led by researchers at The University of Western Australia - has found no evidence that this is the case.