La Trobe University researchers are embarking on ways to improve community health and wellbeing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, using targeted grants from La Trobe, Medibank and Optus.
In the “pandemic age” of telehealth and new technologies, remote site lab or point-of-care (POC) testing of biofluids is a potentially "rapid and non-invasive way" to test for most diseases - including COVID-19 - say scientists at South Australia’s Flinders University.
The Australian Digital Health Agency, established last year by the federal government, says technology is already transforming Australia’s ability to predict, diagnose, and treat disease, but more needs to be done.
A research project aimed at helping clinicians detect diseases in people much earlier than is currently possible, and better manage their conditions, is to receive up to $10 million as the inaugural winner of The Australian National University Grand Challenge Scheme.
Australian-based health research group, The George Institute for Global Health, has teamed up with giant American mobile chip maker Qualcomm to set up a new mHealth centre in China to research the leading causes of premature death amongst the Chinese population.
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