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  • H.pylori vaccine research targets stomach cancer

    A bacterium present in half the world’s population, Helicobacter pylori (h.pylori) is the target of new research aiming to develop a vaccine against stomach cancer.  Professor Richard Ferrero H.pylori is a……  Read more

    Professor Richard Ferrero from the Gastrointestinal Infection and Inflammation Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • 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
  • Stomach cancer culprit is in the immune system

    A study on how genes of the immune system influence the development of gastric (stomach) cancer has identified a key contributor, offering the potential for better prognosis and treatment of……  Read more

    Dr Ruby Dawson from the Cancer and Immune Signalling Research Group at Hudson Institute of Medical Research
  • Keeping stomach cancer at bay 

    Researchers have identified a protein in immune cells that may play a role in thwarting a type of stomach cancer, paving the way for possible prevention therapies. A rare but……  Read more

    Professor Richard Ferrero from the Gastrointestinal Infection and Inflammation Research Group at Hudson Institute
  • Presentation of the inaugural Daniel Wilson Metafit PhD Scholarship

    We are pleased to announce that the inaugural recipient of the Daniel Wilson Memorial PhD Scholarship is Alice West—who, thanks to tremendous fundraising efforts, will have her research costs fully……  Read more

    Professor Brendan Jenkins and Professor Elizabeth Hartland with the Metafit team
  • Mistaken identity: new mechanism behind stomach cancer identified

    Improved treatments for a range of cancers could be possible following a discovery that stomach cancer is driven by a different process than previously believed. Hudson Institute of Medical Research……  Read more

    Professor Brendan Jenkins and Dr Jesse Balic at Hudson Institute
  • 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
  • Raising funds through fitness

    Gastric cancer researcher, Professor Brendan Jenkins, took part in two Metafit (high intensity interval training) sessions last weekend that were held in memory of the late fitness trainer, Daniel Wilson….…  Read more

    Prof Brendan Jenkins took part in two Metafit sessions last weekend, held in memory of the late fitness trainer, Daniel Wilson.
  • A fitting legacy for leading fitness coach, Daniel Wilson

    A leading Australian fitness coach, Daniel Wilson, died in May 2019 two months after being diagnosed with stomach cancer aged just 37. Daniel Wilson Daniel was well known for introducing……  Read more

    A leading Australian fitness coach Daniel Wilson, died in May 2019 two months after being diagnosed with stomach cancer aged just 37.
  • Why is stomach health important?

    On October 2, 1982, pioneering Australian clinicians, Barry Marshall and Robin Warren first reported that the stomach bacterium, Helicobacter pylori causes gastritis and is a major risk factor in peptic……  Read more

    Professor Richard Ferrero from the Gastrointestinal Infection and Inflammation Research Group at Hudson Institute