COVID-19, age discrimination and aged care
University of Melbourne experts say government policy that keeps aged care residents out of hospitals or hospitals refusing admission is age discrimination.
Reinfection in COVID-19 – Part three
What are the implications of reinfection for vaccines, antibody passports and herd immunity asks University of Melbourne's Prof Peter Doherty?
The international students trying to understand Australia from afar
A University of Melbourne student says remote learning means international students miss out on the chance to understand Australia as a country and a culture.
Alzheimer’s disease during a pandemic
While COVID-19 has changed the way people with Alzheimer’s disease access care, it’s led to innovation and collaboration, say University of Melbourne experts.
Coronavirus in cats?
Remdesivir may greatly benefit cats suffering from a deadly disease caused by a different coronavirus to COVID-19 says a University of Melbourne expert
Reinfection in COVID-19- Part two
What do cases of reinfection tell us about protective immunity against SARS-CoV-2 asks the University of Melbourne’s Prof Peter Doherty?
Reimagining international airports in COVID-19
COVID-19 highlights that the way we design airports offers a way to minimise the risk of new imported disease outbreaks say University of Melbourne experts.
How can we make sure people trust a COVID-19 vaccine once we get one?
Vaccination is an insurance policy but University of Melbourne experts say if we want good COVID-19 vaccine uptake, we need to restore public trust and clarity.
Supply chain challenges ahead for the COVID-19 vaccine
Government and private sector collaboration will be key to sharing risks and opportunities for COVID-19 vaccine supply chain says University of Melbourne expert
Living in the crosshairs of COVID-19
It’s not a pleasant prospect to die from COVID-19, but a University of Melbourne expert ponders the State and Commonwealth decisions that may cost him his life.