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  • Professor Sharon Lewin AO

    Director, Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity at the University of Melbourne

  1. 10 July 2020 - Animals, Food & You

    Testing wildlife could stop pandemics in their tracks

    The key to reducing disease in humans is proactive disease surveillance in animals; we already have the technology to do it say University of Melbourne experts.

  2. 26 June 2020 - Health & Wellbeing

    Watch Episode 6: Life Beyond Coronavirus: Preventing the next pandemic

    Episode 6 of Life Beyond Coronavirus: The Expert View brings together an expert panel of University of Melbourne researchers to review the latest COVID-19 data

  3. 15 May 2020 - Health & Wellbeing

    Watch Episode 3: Life Beyond Coronavirus: The Expert View

    Episode 3 of Life Beyond Coronavirus: The Expert View brings together an expert panel of University of Melbourne researchers to review the latest COVID-19 data

  4. 16 April 2020 - COVID-19

    Watch Episode 1: Life Beyond Coronavirus: The Expert View

    Life Beyond Coronavirus: The Expert View brings together an expert panel of University of Melbourne researchers and academics to review the latest COVID-19 data

  5. 5 March 2018 - Health & Wellbeing

    HIV: Probing for a pathway to a cure

    Clinical trial by Peter Doherty Institute at University of Melbourne suggests HIV can't replicate in people on antiretrovirals in key finding for cure efforts.

  6. 26 July 2017 - Arts & Culture

    Confronting the feel, smell and taste of blood

    The inaugural exhibition at the University of Melbourne's Science Gallery Melbourne, explores our relationship with the sometimes confronting topic of blood.

  7. 13 May 2016 - Health & Medicine

    Fighting against the tide

    Australian and Indian scientists have teamed up to fight the rise of chronic illnesses in the developing world.

  8. 24 December 2015 - Science Matters

    Why science matters: Five of the best stories

    A potential ebola vaccine, water on Mars, record warming, 3D body parts and the cancer risks involved in eating processed meat all made 2015 science headlines.