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  • How magnesium sulphate benefits preterm babies

    Being born too soon exposes babies to many dangerous health conditions, and researchers are tackling one of them by finding out how magnesium sulphate can protect the health of the preterm brain.…  Read more

    Robert Galinsky, Research Group Head, Perinatal Inflammation and Neurophysiology at Hudson Institute
  • 2023 Harold Mitchell Travel Fellowships

    Congratulations to the recipients of the 2023 Harold Mitchell Travel Fellowships, provided by the Harold Mitchell Foundation to give young scientists much-needed opportunities for to expand their horizons.…  Read more

  • CUREator funds Hudson Institute biotech innovation

    Exciting new treatments for unmet medical needs including ovarian cancer have been awarded significant funding from Australia’s national biotechnology incubator, CUREator.…  Read more

    Dr Andrew Stephens, Dr Maree Bilandzic, Adjunct Associate Professor Rebecca Lim at Hudson Institute
  • Victorian government funds paediatric cancer research

    The future of children with cancer is brighter today, with the announcement of significant funding from the Victorian government for paediatric cancer research.…  Read more

    Professor Ron Firestein and Dr Jason Cain
  • New treatment promises to increase lung cancer survival

    Researchers at Hudson Institute of Medical Research have shown a new drug that is incredibly effective in treating small cell lung cancer – doubling the usual survival time.…  Read more

    Associate Professor Daniel Gough, Research Group Head, STAT Cancer Biology at Hudson Institute
  • RSV 2023 – what you need to know

    Last year respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in infants and children shot up, causing record numbers of hospitalisations.  Respiratory virus expert, Associate Professor Michelle Tate share’s what you need to know about RSV in 2023.…  Read more

  • Flu season 2023 – all your questions answered

    Influenza expert, A/Prof Michelle Tate shares everything that you need to know for the 2023 flu season, including who is most at risk. …  Read more

    Associate Professor Michelle Tate discussing the Flu season 2023
  • Surviving rare childhood brain cancers

    There’s nothing in Luca Hall-Boggia’s winning smile or cheeky attitude to suggest the suffering he’s endured. You wouldn’t spot the small bald patch, amid his mess of dark, wavy hair, which is the only remaining evidence of the brain surgery that saved his life when he was just 3 years old.…  Read more

    Luca Hall-Boggia a cancer survivor smiling at Hudson Institute. Picture Courtesy Jason Edwards /Herald Sun
  • Hudson News Winter 2023

    Director’s message: For children with cancer, change starts here. Childhood cancer is rare but devastating and new treatment options are desperately needed. In the last four decades the US Food and Drug Authority (FDA) has approved 500 drugs for adult cancers but just 12 to treat childhood cancers.…  Read more

    Professor Elizabeth Hartland
  • Surviving childhood cancer – Luca’s story

    It’s hard to imagine four words more frightening to a parent than “Your child has cancer”. Amid the fear and panic such a sentence creates, three-year-old Luca’s parents, Monique and Baden, had little choice but to trust in the best that medical science could offer.…  Read more

    Luca Boggia rare brain tumor survivor playing in a park and laughing