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  • Reducing brain damage in preterm babies

    The understanding of brain damage in preterm newborn babies has taken a big step, with a world-first study identifying significant differences in the mechanics of blood supply to the preterm brain. L–R:……  Read more

    Associate Professor Flora Wong, together with Dr Ishmael Inocencio and Ms Nhi Tran, has discovered that following increased brain activity, blood vessels in the immature preterm brain respond differently compared to those in the term brain.
  • 2021 NHMRC Ideas Grants success

    Hudson Institute has again been recognised in the awarding of NHMRC Ideas Grants to progress understanding to stomach lymphoma resulting from a Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection and improving respiratory……  Read more

    Professor Richard Ferrero and Professor Stuart Hooper awarded 2021 NHMRC Ideas Grants
  • Identifying keys to preventing cerebral palsy in premature babies

    An anti-inflammatory drug that’s been widely used for decades may prove to be an ideal tool to help doctors prevent cerebral palsy in preterm babies. Dr Robert Galinsky Excessive inflammation……  Read more

    Dr Robert Galinsky from the Perinatal Transition Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • How one study is changing the way cell therapy is delivered for premature babies

    Research into a chronic lung disease in premature babies is leading Hudson Institute researchers to develop new procedures on how to treat infants with cell-based therapies. Key points A/Prof Rebecca……  Read more

    Associate Professor Rebecca Lim, Cell Therapy Researcher, Hudson Institute of Medical Research
  • Helping preterm babies avoid brain damage

    High-tech images have revealed for the first time that preterm babies on ventilators could be at risk of brain injury, leading to calls for caution during treatment. Associate Professor Flora……  Read more

    Associate Professor Flora Wong from the Neonatal Brian Protection Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Major gift to Neonatal Paediatrics

    Financial Markets Foundation for Children donation to establish new Chair in Neonatal Paediatrics. A new Chair in Neonatal Paediatrics will fast-track Hudson Institute, Monash University and Monash Health’s joint vision……  Read more

    Professor Rod Hunt, Chair in Neonatal Paediatrics will fast-track Hudson Institute, Monash University and Monash Health’s joint vision for newborn medicine.
  • NHMRC Investigator Grants success

    Hudson Institute is delighted to announce the success of our researchers in the latest NHMRC Investigator Grant round. Internationally-renowned childhood sleep expert Professor Rosemary Horne has been awarded more than……  Read more

    Dr Rosemary Horne and Dr Jun Yang, National Health and Medical Research Council Investigator Grants
  • Hudson Institute Emerging Leaders announced

    Six Early Career Researchers have been chosen for the inaugural Hudson Institute Emerging Leaders program. Awardees Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck, Dr Stacey Ellery, Dr Robert Galinsky, Dr Cristina Giogha, Dr Courtney……  Read more

  • NHMRC Investigator Grant success

    Hudson Institute is delighted to announce the success of our researchers in the new NHMRC Investigator Grant round. Our researchers have been awarded six grants totalling more than $9.5 million……  Read more

    Successful researchers - New NHMRC Investigator Grant round
  • Taking the pressure off little lungs and hearts

    New research into an anti-inflammatory drug for treating lung disease in pre-term babies has shown it also has the potential to prevent the disease’s subsequent complication, pulmonary hypertension (PH), a……  Read more

    Associate Professor Claudia Nold from the Interventional Immunology in Early Life Diseases Research Group at Hudson Institute