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(bər-nĕt′, bûr′nĭt), Sir (Frank) Macfarlane 1899-1985.
Australian virologist. He shared a 1960 Nobel Prize for his work on acquired immunological tolerance.
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Burnet researchers are implementing TB projects, building research capacity in the Asia-Pacific region, and providing training for consultants in TB-affected countries.
Burnet is contributing to this work in the Asia-Pacific region, through implementation projects and research capacity-building in Papua New Guinea and Indonesia.
Commonly called burnet, this perennial herb is as lovely in a perennial border as it is useful in an herb garden.
Commonly called salad burnet, it is most often grown for its tasty leaves.
Burnets Immune Therapies group focused on creating the next generation of monoclonal antibodies to treat intractable illnesses.
On World AIDS Day 2017, Omega Diagnostics, the medical diagnostics company focused on allergy, food intolerance and infectious disease, has announced with Burnet Institute the commercial release of its VISITECT CD4 point-of-care test.
A Burnet Institute point-of-care test for the early detection of sepsis is one of 13 pioneering medical research projects to benefit from the inaugural round of the Victorian Medical Research Fund.
Burnets Head of Public Health, Associate Professor Mark Stoov, was also made a Research Fellow for his work focused on real-world trials and innovations in disease surveillance aimed at HIV and hepatitis C elimination.
Burnet Institute researchers will play leading roles in a new NHMRC $2.5 million Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) in Malaria Elimination, announced by Federal Health Minister The Hon.
Burnet has adopted a holistic approach patient-centred TB care that aims to reduce the impact of social and emotional issues on TB patients and their families, and enable a cure from TB disease.
Its the same across the drug development world - most dont make it out of the lab because of issues such as toxicity, Dr Gilson said, in his Burnet laboratory in Melbourne.
Burnet is proudly supporting the 1st Malaria World Congress in Melbourne from 1-5 July featuring experts across research, policy, public health, international development and advocacy focused on eliminating malaria.