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PARIS 2 research findings

World first research study outlines best practice for treating children with oxygen therapy

PARIS on Country

Respiratory treatment for children in remote areas set to improve
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Wesley Research Institute Launches New Coeliac Research Network

OMG! Decadent Donuts was privileged to be invited to attend and supply donuts at the Wesley Research Institute’s launch of their new Coeliac Research Network

Coeliac Disease and Immune Health Advocates Event a Great Success

Last Thursday evening, on May 11th, the Wesley Hospital Auditorium was filled with people who were eager to learn more about all things coeliac disease, including the latest research, and advocacy efforts.
James Daveson in a hospital

Community Urged To Back New Coeliac Research Network

Thousands of Australians with coeliac disease are being urged to get behind a new research network launched in Brisbane last night ahead of International Coeliac Awareness Day next week (16 May).
Kristina lying in a hospital bed

Kristina’s Story

I didn’t get diagnosed until I was 30, after I’d had no period for 2 years. I experienced a lot of other health issues too, and really wish I was diagnosed earlier.

Wesley Research Institute Celebrates Successful Open Day

Wesley Research Institute celebrated the launch of its new brand with two open day events held at St Andrews War Memorial Hospital on May 3rd, and at The Wesley Hospital on May 5th.

Governor of Queensland Celebrates Ataxia Telangiectasia Clinical Trial

The Ataxia Telangiectasia (A-T) clinic at the Wesley Research Institute recently received a visit from Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeanette Young AC PSM, Governor of Queensland.

New Insights to Understand the Neurobiology of COVID-19

In a groundbreaking collaboration, St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital, The University of Queensland, and John Hopkins University have joined forces to generate a digital pathology assessment of cellular COVID-19 neural tissue data.

Advocates Event 2022

The Rosalie Martin Advocates Event 2022 held Thursday 8 December marks the 28th anniversary for Wesley Research Institute.
Pictured, from left: NHMRC acting CEO Clare McLaughlin; Wesley Research Institute CEO Andrew Barron; Emma McBride, Assistant Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, Assistant Minister for Rural and Regional Health; Dr Zephanie Tyack, QUT; Dr Bridget Abell, QUT

Navicare Press Release

NHMRC Funding to Continue Supporting Rural and Remote Mental Health Program

Melanie's Story: Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week

Melanie, whose name has been changed to protect her privacy, is a young woman from China, who first came to Australia in 2016 to experience life studying abroad.
Chris Wright with Neuropsychiatrist and Lead Investigator Dr Phil Mosely

You have given Chris hope…

Chris Wright was the first participant to commence treatment on a medicinal cannabis clinical trial to treat his neurological disorder Tourette’s syndrome
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