The pharmacokinetics research team at Curtin is working to address prevalent diseases in vulnerable communities. Malaria and rheumatic heart disease are two of their focus areas.
A team of Curtin University researchers is conducting novel research that combines a variety of tests to try to predict whether a concussion patient will recover normally or face lasting symptoms.
Curtin’s Liver Disease and Regeneration Group is investigating how to hijack the liver’s cell-communication system to mediate liver regeneration instead of disease progression and cancer.
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