New research from a University of Queensland sociologist shows many doctors over-prescribe antibiotics because they want the best outcomes for individual patients.

28 March 2014
Dr James Scott.

An expert on bullying and its effects on mental health in adolescents is available to speak to media in conjunction with the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence, 21 March 2014.

20 March 2014

An expert in kidney disease and lifestyle intervention is available to speak to media in conjunction with World Kidney Day, Thursday March 13.

11 March 2014
Gonorrhoea is a bacterial infection with similar characteristics to chlamydia.

A pandemic of super-resistant gonorrhoea could be kept in check using new methods to track outbreaks of the disease, according to a University of Queensland infectious diseases expert.

11 March 2014
Dr Emma Hutchison, Dr Leanne Sakzewski and Dr Margaret Hardy.

As the world prepares to celebrate annual International Women’s Day tomorrow, The University of Queensland is celebrating the groundbreaking research of three of its leading female early-career researchers.

7 March 2014
UQ School of Human Movement Studies PhD student Emma McMahon has monitored factors relating to heart and kidney health.

Reducing salt consumption may help prolong the lives of patients with chronic kidney disease, a study from The University of Queensland study has found

31 January 2014

It takes more than stand-up work stations for office staff to combat “chair disease” from sitting too long, a new study has found.

29 January 2014

An investigation of more than 100 published papers associated with two former University of Queensland academics has not revealed any further instances of research apparently not supported by data.

20 January 2014

The University of Queensland is restructuring its faculties from 1 January 2014.

9 December 2013
Centre Director Professor Peter Sly

The University of Queensland will launch its first World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre today with a WHO flag-raising ceremony.

29 November 2013

University of Queensland researchers are seeking volunteers from across Queensland willing to use a new form of pedometer to measure their verbal communications.

7 November 2013
University of Queensland student Montague Summers.

University of Queensland student Montague Summers has set two world records at the World Transplant Games in South Africa, despite having a bone marrow transplant after treatment for leukaemia.

5 November 2013

The University of Queensland is playing a part in a clinical trial of the only known effective treatment for humans exposed to Hendra virus.

1 November 2013

Research designed to help patients with cancer, schizophrenia, stroke and depression features among projects that were today awarded new funding at The University of Queensland.

23 October 2013

A University of Queensland study into how premature babies’ brains develop will lead to the earlier diagnosis of brain impairment in preterm children.

22 October 2013

Successes and failures in telehealth will be on the agenda when world leaders in virtual health care converge on Brisbane for a conference next month.

17 October 2013

More than 40 paramedic students will converge on The University of Queensland's Ipswich Campus on 12 October for the first UQ Student Paramedic Clinical Simulation Day.

11 October 2013

New research from The University of Queensland has found that women who regularly drink as little as two glasses of wine per drinking session while pregnant can adversely impact their child’s results at school.

9 October 2013

University of Queensland researchers have found most Australians and Americans believe food is addictive and comparable to drug addiction.

30 September 2013

French horn players are one of the most at-risk orchestral groups for developing noise-induced hearing loss, according to researchers from The University of Queensland and the University of Sydney.

25 September 2013