1. Researchers go north to Alaska

    Researchers go north to Alaska

    A team of community-based researchers from Elcho Island made the long journey to Anchorage, Alaska to present their work at the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Viral Hepatitis in August. For the three Indigenous researchers - Sarah Bukulatjpi, George Gurruwiwi and...

  2. Tackling Malaysian monkey malaria

    Tackling Malaysian monkey malaria

    Malaysia’s national malaria eradication program has successfully reduced infections associated with Plasmodium falciparum and vivax malaria. to the point where these species may realistically be eradicated by 2020. Plasmodium knowlesi malaria is now the most common cause of...

  3. Building genomics expertise in the NT

    Building genomics expertise in the NT

    Menzies is investing and developing expertise in the emerging research area of genome sequencing. In the past year, we took the lead in a number of national and international collaborative programs investigating the genomics of tropical pathogens, and host immune responses. This has...

  4. Melioidosis study improves patient outcomes

    Melioidosis study improves patient outcomes

  5. Healthy skin workshops for health professionals

    Healthy skin workshops for health professionals

  6. Novel treatment to fight TB

    Novel treatment to fight TB

    Menzies researchers working in Indonesia have uncovered a link between low levels of the gas nitric oxide in the lungs of tuberculosis (TB) patients

  7. Sharing malaria elimination knowledge with Asia

    Sharing malaria elimination knowledge with Asia

    Menzies has been able to assist people like Youn-Kyoung Goo through training, grants, and capacity building workshops funded by APMEN.

  8. Improving nutrition across borders

    Improving nutrition across borders

    A group of Indigenous Australian health workers and East Timorese nutritionists travelled to Central Australia in 2012 to join a series of Menziesí short courses designed to build confidence and knowledge about nutrition for women, children and babies in remote areas