Test measures immune response to improve ovarian cancer diagnosis
Researchers have developed a simple blood test that measures the body’s own immune response to improve diagnosis of ovarian cancer.
How the brain’s immune system could be harnessed to improve memory
When it comes to memory, immune cells are known as the “bad cops” of the brain. But new research shows they could also be turned into “good cops” to power memory and learning.
Putting people at the heart of health
How do you make integrated care the future of health in Australia? The key is collaboration.
‘I had no choice but to quit study and save my life’: A Syrian refugee’s road to graduation
Seven years after she was first accepted into dental school in Syria, Sidori Younan finally graduated at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium in December, where she joined graduands from across RMIT’s vibrant global network.