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Scientists discover promising new lead in Crohn’s disease
QIMR Berghofer researchers win prestigious Eureka Prize
QIMR Berghofer’s world leading research recognised with record federal funding
Far north Queensland students get to pick brains of world leading scientists
Australian researchers find 45 new genetic causes of non-melanoma skin cancers
Queensland psychiatrist to head QIMR Berghofer’s Mental Health Program
Daily coffee doesn’t affect cancer risk
Australian researchers help identify first genes linked to anorexia nervosa
New Council appointed to guide QIMR Berghofer
Being born prematurely changes sleep brain activity and could affect future brain heath
More genetic evidence of what puts people at risk of breast and other cancers
Chronic liver disease on rise in Queensland
Study finds words matter in genetics
Australian pilots not at higher risk of melanoma
Study finds being overweight is likely to cause cancer
Scientists identify new genes responsible for four serious mental illnesses
Unsealed rainwater tanks could cause localised dengue outbreaks
Blood test could help guide treatment for some breast cancer patients
Dengue mosquito is Queensland’s biggest threat for spreading Zika virus
Scientists find link between age and different subtypes of bowel cancer
Accelerating collaborative cancer research in Queensland
Scientists use thousands of miniature hearts to test potential new drugs
Queensland researchers and doctors join forces to tackle brain cancer
QIMR Berghofer helps science shine at World Science Festival Brisbane
Zika study may ‘supercharge’ vaccine research
New study sheds lights on rich tapestry of brain
Aspirin and similar drug use linked to lower endometrial cancer risk in overweight women
We are delivering – Snapshot six
Safer bone marrow transplants for blood cancer patients a step closer