12 related news articles for Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC)

  • Hudson success in 2024 NHMRC Investigator grants

    Hudson Institute Group Heads, Professor Claudia Nold and Associate Professor Flora Wong were each awarded grants of more than $2 million over the next five years, enabling them to commit long-term to these exciting research projects.…  Read more

    NHMRC 2024 recipients Professor Claudia Nold and Associate Professor Flora Wong
  • How to protect the newborn brain

    A major systematic review of treatments for protecting the newborn brain from the negative effects of inflammation has found that earlier anti-inflammatory intervention is best, but it’s better late than never.…  Read more

    Sharmony Kelly and Dr Robert Galinsky, Perinatal Inflammation and Neurophysiology at Hudson Institute
  • Charlie’s story – Grieving couple’s mission to end necrotising enterocolitis

    Through their grief one young couple has joined Hudson Institute researchers in a bold effort to find out more about the disease that killed their first child, and to end necrotising enterocolitis.…  Read more

    Baby Charlie who passed away from necrotising enterocolitis
  • New treatments for preterm babies

    The medical research equivalent of vertical integration is rare – which is why Hudson Institute is fortunate to have husband and-wife team Professors Claudia and Marcel Nold, who are engaged in a hugely beneficial working partnership.…  Read more

    Professors Marcel and Claudia Nold are keeping preterm babies healthy with further research involving medical trials at Hudson Institute.
  • 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

    Dr Robert Galinsky, Research Group Head, Perinatal Inflammation and Neurophysiology at Hudson Institute
  • Preventing brain damage in preterm babies

    Hudson Institute researchers have conducted the first attempts to collect umbilical cord blood cells from very preterm babies, with a view to using them to reduce their increased risk of brain injury and disability.…  Read more

    Dr Lindsay Zhou from the Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection Research Group at Hudson Institute of Medical Research
  • Hudson News Summer 2022

    This is the time of year when we look back at what we have achieved and acknowledge the people who helped us make it happen. …  Read more

    Professor Elizabeth Hartland
  • Special delivery – keeping preterm babies healthy

    When baby Max arrived – early and in a hurry – no-one realised he would play a vital part in keeping other preterm babies healthy in the future.…  Read more

    Suzana tells her story on the safe arrival of baby Max and praises Hudson Institute researchers keeping preterm babies healthy.
  • Finding and treating newborn brain injury

    The long-term effects of newborn brain injuries are well known, so Professor Suzanne Miller’s dream is to be able to detect and treat those injuries in time to make a difference.…  Read more

    Professor Suzanne Miller's research aims at detecting and treating newborn brain injury in time to make a difference to their lives.
  • The Hon Jaala Pulford visits Hudson Institute

    Hudson Institute was honoured to welcome the Hon Jaala Pulford, Minister for Innovation, Medical Research and the Digital Economy to the Institute, the site of the proposed National Centre for Inflammation Research (NCIR).…  Read more

    Future inflammation research cure for babies like Willow
  • Necrotising enterocolitis treatment closer

    Melbourne researchers have published a breakthrough study that will accelerate new treatments for an often-fatal disease affecting premature babies in intensive care, called necrotising enterocolitis (NEC).…  Read more

    Associate Professor Claudia Nold and Professor Marcel Nold, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
  • Stunning NHMRC Grant success

    Hudson Institute has had outstanding success in the recent NHMRC Project Grant round. In addition, our researchers have been awarded an NHMRC Partnership Grant, an NHMRC Development Grant, an ARC Discovery Grant and three NMHRC Fellowships.…  Read more

    Professor Marcel Nold and A/Professor Claudia Nold from Hudson Institute of Medical Research