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Medical data 'Internet' goes live, boosts research

...lian National University in Canberra today. The anu node of BioGrid will be launched at 11am this morn...hn Curtin School of Medical Research, Garran Road, anu by Senator Kate Lundy. Members of the media are in...BioGrid network is a collaborative venture between anu and BioGrid Australia. It will allow practitioners...

IPRO Spins Off Managed Care Review Affiliate

...-over to be seamless to MCO customers," said Virginia Hill, R.N., M.P.A., IPRO's Vice President for Managed Care. She noted that the new entity's CEO, anu Sajja, M.P.H., has a five-year history as an NCQA-certified HEDIS(R) Compliance Auditor and Senior Director in IPRO's Managed Care Department. Sajja h...

What price for a more effective health care system?

...ur aim is to bring independent, informed and balanced debate into Australia's health policy," says Co-Director of the Centre and Executive Director of anu College of Medicine and Health Sciences Mr Robert Wells. "We provide information to Australians about how they can influence health policy to ensur...

Swami Ramdev to Hold Yoga Camps in U.S.

... normally attracts." Adds Anupam, "We are getting calls from other parts of America as well, even from Canada." The Chicago camp is organised by anu and Bharat Malhotra under the aegis of Power of Breath. Anu, who gives free pranayama (yogic breathing technique) classes, said excitedly from Chicago...

Depression Benefitted by Internet-based Interventions

...n and Dr Kathy Griffiths at the Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) at anu demonstrate that the Internet is can, in some cases, be as effective for th...e confirmed the effectiveness of internet interventions for depression, the anu study is the first one to look at the longer term effectiveness of online t...

Funding Approved for Research into Primary Health Care

... The Centre for Mental Health Research at anu has planned a new project to help GP's recognise and treat mental illness as a result of drug and alcohol use//. The project, to be led by Prof...

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ANU in Biological News

Coral 'can't escape the heat'

...elerate. Prof McCulloch is a geochemist who has made major contributions to both the study of the Earth and environmental issues. His early work at anu opened new insights in our understanding of the evolution of the Earth's crust. Recently he has studied sea-level changes, past ocean temperatures, th...

Ocean's journey towards the center of the Earth

...hellart conducted the research, published in the world-leading journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters , in collaboration with Brian Kennett from anu (Canberra) and Wim Spakman and Maisha Amaru from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. "Until now many geologists have only looked at New Caledoni...

Kidney function discovery sheds light on genetic complexity of disease

...an inherited abnormality of a specific pump on the surface of kidney cells," Professor Rasko explains. The teams from Centenary Institute, RPA and anu have now unravelled the genetic explanation by showing that not one, but up to four different pumps present in the kidney determine whether or not thi...

Pregnancy not turning minds to mush: Study

...cording to mental health researchers at The Australian National University. The study conducted by the Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) at anu suggests that despite fears mothers may have that pregnancy affects their cognitive functions, there is no evidence to suggest that is true. The find...

Biotechnology needs 21st century patent system: Expert

...tions unless patent systems are brought into the 21st century, an expert from The Australian National University argues. Dr Matthew Rimmer from the anu College of Law takes a broad look at the current state of international regulation around intellectual property rights and biological inventions in hi...

ANU scientists crack DNA replication mystery

... a way that stops the replisome when it faces in one direction, but not in the other. How it can work this way has been a long standing puzzle. The anu team finally solved the important question of how TUS stops the replisome in this directional manner. "When the replisome comes along from one directi...

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