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Science across the generations at The Florey

Professor Dominique Cadilhac
Professor Dominique Cadilhac

Most Australian hospitals are able to offer good stroke care, but many patients are missing out

Two female researchers working together in lab

Florey researchers changing the world of brain and mental health conditions

Florey Researcher James Gattuso
Florey Researcher James Gattuso

Psilocybin has treatment potential for a range of psychiatric conditions but remains poorly understood

Crohn’s bionics

First-in-human implantation of bionic device to halt Crohn’s disease

hand with blue gloves holding dropper

Researchers identify neurons in the brain that control nasofacial muscles during breathing

Microscope slide of a brain with kuru, purple with pale and dark flecks.
Anti-prion protein immunohistochemistry of the cerebellar cortex showing positive antibody labelling emphasised in the granular layer with typical kuru plaques in a patient with kuru.

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: 30 years of Florey work

Designers are encouraged to create a positive and stimulating environment, with communal spaces and destinations to encourage people to get up and out of their bedrooms and keep active
Designers are encouraged to create a positive and stimulating environment, with communal spaces and destinations to encourage people to get up and out of their bedrooms and keep active

New design blueprint to revitalise stroke rehabilitation

researchers and man
Professors Clive May and Yugeesh Lankadeva meet sepsis survivor John Davey

Surviving sepsis: John’s story

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