Just one dose of HPV vaccine benefits women worldwide
A single dose of the human papillomavirus vaccine provides years of cancer protection and simpler vaccination programs, say University of Melbourne experts
The COVID-19 vaccine difference between men and women
New research that includes the University of Melbourne finds there's a gender difference when it comes to the effectiveness and side effects of COVID-19 vaccine
Indonesia takes an impressive step toward cervical cancer control
Indonesia is taking a big step by rolling out a free HPV vaccine nationwide to protect women and girls from cervical cancer, say University of Melbourne experts
Welcome to the mRNA revolution
A University of Melbourne startup has built an mRNA platform that Australian scientists can use to accelerate their research, going beyond the COVID-19 vaccine.
Cannibal immune cells could offer new treatment path
A type of immune cell can cannibalise properties of other cells, potentially creating new targets for therapies and vaccines say University of Melbourne experts
Newborn vaccine set to save lives
The award-winning University of Melbourne team behind an affordable gastro vaccine is ensuring it will save as many newborn lives as possible globally.
Choose (vaccinated) life
Only four per cent of people hospitalised with COVID-19 are fully vaccinated. A University of Melbourne doctor says we can't escape the truth, vaccination works
The facts of vaccinating our kids against COVID-19
Does the risk versus benefit equation justify having my Year 7 child vaccinated against COVID-19? A University of Melbourne expert says the clear answer is yes
Australians more likely to get vaccinated after Victoria’s COVID-19 outbreak
Victoria’s COVID-19 outbreak increased vaccinations in the state, but new University of Melbourne research finds more Australians are also keen to get the jab.
Getting a COVID jab is safer than taking aspirin
Risk of rare side effects of COVID-19 vaccines are being greatly exaggerated: they are far safer than many regular medicines says University of Melbourne expert