University of Queensland Diamantina Institute (UQDI) researcher Professor Ranjeny Thomas has been named as a finalist in the Health category of the Australian Innovation Challenge Awards for her development of a rheumatoid arthritis vaccine.

7 December 2011

Professor Matt Brown from UQ's Diamantina Institute has been awarded the prestigious 2010 Parr Prize.

12 June 2010

The UQ Chancellor, Mr John Story, and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Greenfield, have advised the winners of two new awards, the Chancellor’s Award for Individual Excellence and the UQ Leadership Award.

25 February 2010

UQ research aimed at better diagnosing breast cancer is just one of 16 projects to be awarded prestigious fellowships by the Australian Government this week.

10 September 2009
Professor Thomas

Vaccines for cancers, better pain relief and getting people off the couch and exercising are some of The University of Queensland research programs given a multi-million dollar boost today.

6 February 2009

One of Australia's leading rheumatologists, Professor Ranjeny Thomas, will discuss the latest research into the cause, treatment and prevention of rheumatoid arthritis on Wednesday, November 19 at 1.30pm.

7 October 2008

University of Queensland researchers are developing a simple test that may predict whether a child will develop Type 1 diabetes.

7 March 2008

Enterprize finalist, Dendright, will be pitching its vaccine technology for rheumatoid arthritis to venture capitalists and the public for a $100,000 prize next week.

5 October 2007

University of Queensland researchers have received more than $220,000 in the latest round of Australian Rotary Health Research Fund grants.

26 February 2007

University of Queensland (UQ) researchers will share in more than $23 million million in funding as part of the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council program grants scheme.

5 July 2004

A group of trailblazing University of Queensland staff and students have each been awarded $8000 to help develop their innovative research.

19 November 2003

A University of Queensland team at the Princess Alexandra Hospital is believed to be the first in the world to find a mechanism to turn off an auto-immune disease, once it has started.

16 January 2003

A virtual research institute, focusing on arthritis and musculoskeletal diseases, will be proposed for Queensland at a meeting of the State’s top research groups this weekend.

16 October 2002

Three University of Queensland researchers have been awarded Queensland Young Tall Poppy Awards in recognition for their outstanding research contributions.

26 March 2001

University of Queensland researchers have achieved encouraging preliminary results during early phase human clinical trials of a new melanoma vaccine.

4 July 2000

University of Queensland researchers are working towards a cure for rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a debilitating condition which affects one in every 100 people.

19 August 1998

A leading medical researcher who has discovered a breakthrough ulcer treatment made entirely from Queensland bananas has been appointed an Adjunct Professor with the University of Queensland.

13 March 1997