Researchers at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute have trialled a sleep intervention that could be used to improve the severity of symptoms for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Murdoch Children's Research Institute has been named as a top 20 finalist in the 2014 – 15 OzAPP Awards for the development of a tablet-based app called PEERS. The OzAPP awards bring together the best mobile, web and cloud based app concepts in the Asia Pacific region.
The intravenous (IV) fluid currently recommended for the majority of hospitalised children worldwide should change, a study by Murdoch Children's Research Institute and The Royal Children’s Hospital has shown.
Researchers from Murdoch Children's Research Institute, the University of Sydney and the Children's Hospital at Westmead have discovered a new gene that causes a deadly muscle disorder. The discovery provides the missing link in understanding a whole range of muscle disorders.
Some of the world’s leading allergy experts will be presenting the latest in allergy research, prevention strategies and translating research findings into clinical practice at the inaugural Centre for Food and Allergy Research Symposium, held in Melbourne tomorrow.
A new rotavirus vaccine candidate that has been developed in Melbourne and has the potential to save over half a million lives worldwide each year has reached a pivotal milestone after clinical trials results found the vaccine provided a strong immune response in over 90 per cent of babies that received a course of the vaccine.