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Media 2022

December

Noxopharm autoimmune treatment pipeline bolstered with $1.5 million grant to medical research partner
Associate Professor Michael Gantier
Proactive Investors

BiomeBank has raised $10.7m to fast-track its treatments for ailments such as Crohn’s disease
The Australian
Herald Sun

Discussing chronic inflammation with Professor Elizabeth Hartland
Professor Elizabeth Hartland
Radio | 3AW – The House of Wellness

BiomeBank Continues Growth Trajectory With Over $10M Capital Raise
Business Wire
Pharmi Web

Why sperm counts are dropping globally
Professor Robert McLachlan
Radio | Triple J, Hack

Can over-the-counter pain relief medications alter testosterone production and fertility in men?
Dr Liza O’Donnell
Healthy Male

Prematurity
Dr Lindsay Zhou
Australian Doctor

November

Minimising the risks of Legionnaires’ disesae
Professor Elizabeth Hartland
Hospital and Healthcare

Discussing Fetal Growth Restriction (FGR) on Einstein A Go Go
Zahrah Azman
Radio | 3RRR

Changing the way high-risk births are managed
Dr Beth Allison, Ms Zahrah Azman
Monash University
Trendeepro

USask research a step closer to shedding light on bacterial infection process
Professor Elizabeth Hartland
University of Saskatchewan

Food Tech Company Me& Has Developed the First Fortified Human Breast Milk
Green Queen
TrendHunter

Next generation of Superstars of Stem to promote roles for women and girls
Dr Jaclyn Pearson
Cosmos Magazine
Bendigo Advertiser

The Great Debate – philanthropy and scientific research: Where to now?
Professor Elizabeth Hartland
Philanthropy Australia

A coup for poo: why the world’s first faecal transplant approval matters
Dr Sam Forster
The Guardian
Yahoo News
The Courier

Lab-grown brains can play video games now. Do they… have rights?
Dr Nhi Thao Tran
The Age

Testing times in science
Professor Suzanne Miller
Herald Sun

Male contraceptive being trialled in Melbourne dubbed a game changer by researchers
Dr Liza O’Donnell
ABC News
ABC Health

Microbiome Clinical Trial Pipeline Space Brims with Novel Emerging Therapies
UKBiotech
Medicinman

October


VIEW VIDEO | SBS NEWS interviews Dr Samuel Forster and Dr Ed Giles, providing new hope for Australians suffering from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and Crohn’s disease.

Breakthrough for babies
Dr Tamara Yawno-Fegan
Herald Sun
Courier Mail
Daily Telegraph

Fighting IBD and Crohn’s
Dr Samuel Forster, Dr Ed Giles
TV | SBS News

Problems conceiving are not just about women. Male infertility is behind 1 in 3 IVF cycles
Professor Rob McLachlan
The Conversation

Fighting malaria and chronic bowel disease – CSL Centenary Fellowships awarded
Dr Samuel Forster
CSL
NewsBlaze

Myth-busting male contraceptives for health professionals
Dr Liza O’Donnell
Healthy Male

Adrenal disease
Dr Jun Yang, Dr Renata Libianto, Dr Jimmy Shen, Professor Peter Fuller
Australian Doctor

September

Fertility Guide | Busting the myths
West Australian

Happy to bring life’s work home
Dr Stacey Ellery
The Australian

Taming the Enemy Within
Bio spectrum

August

Is it time for men to take responsibility for contraception?
Professor Robert McLachlan
Body+Soul
Sunday Tasmania

Study identifies immune regulator as critical contributor to stomach cancer development
Professor Brendan Jenkins and Dr Ruby Dawson
MedicalXpress

July

What makes Invion (ASX:IVX) well placed to tap opportunities in the biotech space
Dr Andrew Stephens
Kalkine Media

June

Aussie scientists determined to prevent brain injury in babies
Professor Suzanne Miller, PhD student Madeleine Smith, Dr Tayla Penny and Dr Courtney McDonald
Big News Network
WN.com
Lupitan 6, Jackarta

The COVID-flu nexus: how is having COVID around changing our flu season?
Associate Professor Michelle Tate
Cosmos Magazine
Hornsby Post

Australian HR Awards 2022: Excellence Awardees revealed
Human Resources Director

$1.45 million grant to fund inflammation research
Proactive Investors
BioSpectrum

Philanthropy accelerates stroke trials
TV | 9News
The National Tribune

VIEW VIDEO | Finish line for ACT-Melbourne cancer ride featuring Dr Simon Chu on 7News.

Finish line for ACT-Melbourne cancer ride
Dr Simon Chu
TV | 7news
Radio | 3AW
Radio | ABC Canberra
7NEWS
Canberra Weekly

IVF sons don’t inherit dad’s fertility issues
Herald Sun

Stem Cells Grown in 3D Conditions May Lose Anti-scarring Properties
Associate Professor Rebecca Lim
Pulmonary Fibrosis News

Noxopharm collaborator Hudson Institute secures $100,000 Victorian grant to study RNA-based therapeutics
Associate Professor Michael Gantier
Proactive Investors

Antimicrobial Resistance
Dr Jacqueline Pearson
Radio |
3RRR

Invion (ASX:IVX) confirms significant effectiveness improvement when ICI used with INV043 drug
Dr Andrew Stephens
The Market Herald

May

Researchers Discover New Enzyme For Better Treatment Of Cancers And Inflammatory Conditions
RTT News

The 70 employers now certified as being a Family Inclusive Workplace
Women’s agenda
Smart Company

How far has Invion’s (ASX:IVX) cancer treatment progressed?
Kalkine Media

VIEW VIDEO | 7NEWS interviews Dr Jun Yang from Hudson Institute, as she provides new hope for Australians suffering from drug resistant high blood pressure.

Inner Wheel walks for good cause
Professor Suzanne Miller
Berwick Star News

New hope for Australians suffering from drug resistant high blood pressure
Dr Jun Yang
TV | 7NEWS
Medicine Today

Lupus gene discovery could lead to more effective treatments
Associate Professor Michael Gantier
Hospital and Healthcare
Freethink
VNexplorer

How antimicrobial resistance spreads inside the human gut
Dr Samuel Forster
Australian Hospital and Healthcare Bulletin

VIEW VIDEO | Ride for ovarian cancer featuring Dr Simon Chu on WinNews

Ride for ovarian cancer
Dr Simon Chu
TV | Win news
Radio | 3AW
Radio | ABC Gold Coast
Canberra Weekly
Wangaratta Chronical

April

Discovery may ease the agony of lupus
Associate Professor Michael Gantier
The Australian
Radio | 4BC
Radio | 2GB
Radio | ABC Wimmera
Labonline

Walk to aid
Professor Suzanne Miller
Pakenham News

Meet Invion’s (ASX:IVX) leadership team guiding its clinical journey in cancer treatment
Rob Merriel
Kalkine Media

New bacteria associated with inflammatory bowel disease discovered in mice
Dr Samuel Forster
Medical Xpress
Cambridge Network
Pharmiweb

Ride for research into Ovarian cancer
Dr Simon Chu
Tumut and Adelong Times

Hormone imbalance may explain your high blood pressure
Dr Jun Yang
Australian Health Information Technology

Capturing Live Cells with Counterflow Technology via Dead Cell Removal
Associate Professor Rebecca Lim
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

March

Dr Jun Yang talking on the ABC Health Report with Dr Norman Swan
LISTEN HERE | Hormone imbalance may explain your high blood pressure | study

Hormone imbalance may explain your high blood pressure | study
Dr Jun Yang, Dr Renata Libianto
Australian Financial Review
Radio | ABC, Health Report with Dr Norman Swan
The Medical Journal of Australia
LabOnline

Here’s what you need to know about Invion’s (ASX:IVX) world-leading partners in its mission to treat cancers
Kalkine Media

Uncovering the mechanism driving a global health threat | antimicrobial resistance
Dr Sam Forster
Radio | ABC News
Radio | ABC Sydney
Radio | ABC Melbourne
Lab+Life Scientist
Hospital and Healthcare
Scimex

Adiso ‘sprints out of the gate’ with inflammatory disease focused pipeline that includes LBPs
BioPharma

Here is why Invion’s (ASX:IVX) clinical journey to cancer treatment deserves attention
Kalkine media

Neve was diagnosed with a rare ovarian cancer at just 11-months-old
Dr Simon Chu
9Honey | Parenting

Researchers seek juvenile cancer cause
Dr Simon Chu
Herald Sun
Geelong Advertiser

February

Shining light on juvenile ovarian cancer
Dr Simon Chu
Retail Pharmacy

The silent killer: Why medical research is fired up about inflammation
Professor Elizabeth Hartland, Associate Professor Michael Gantier, Dr Sam Forster
The Age
Sydney Morning Herald
Radio | ABC Radio Sydney

Elizabeth Hartland
LISTEN HERE | Fifty per cent of deaths worldwide have one thing in common …Professor Elizabeth Hartland, CEO, discusses inflammation. 

Fifty per cent of deaths worldwide have one thing in common …
Professor Elizabeth Hartland
Sydney Morning Herald
Podcast | Good Weekend Talks

Hopes for Photosoft technology development as it prepares for clinical trials
Kalkine Media

Funds help studies in ovarian cancer fight
Professor Ron Firestein
Herald Sun
Courier Mail
Geelong Advertiser
The National Tribune
Retail Pharmacy

Victorian research consortium to fight childhood cancer
Professor Ron Firestein
Health Dispatch
Biotech Dispatch
Australian Government Department of Health
Greg Hunt

Cancer crusaders to share in $9.6m grant
Herald Sun

January

Microbiome medicine accelerated by new partnership between BiomeBank and Hudson Institute
Professor Elizabeth Hartland, Dr Sam Forster
Yahoo Finance
Bio Space
Business Wire
Drug Discovery World

Researchers discover way to disarm potentially deadly Listeria bacteria
UQ News
Food safety news

Invion: Activities Report and Appendix 4C
Market Screener