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  • Publication
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  • Health services and systems research is an increasingly important domain of research for the George Institute. The Health Services Research Centre serves as a new hub for these research projects. We…
    18/1/2016 -
    Priority Area
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    179,139,200
  • The first survey of global public and private investment into R&D for new products for neglected diseases has found that funding was over US$ 2.5 billion in 2007. The lion's share of funding -…
    04/2/2009 -
    Media release
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    32,580,646
  • SYDNEY, NOV 25 - Australian medical research is in danger of becoming non-competitive on a global stage when it comes to sex and gender analysis, according to a consortium of leading universities and…
    27/11/2019 -
    Media release
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    32,174,112
  • Many of the diseases that affect the most disadvantaged populations across the world are conditions known collectively as neglected diseases. Including conditions that claim millions of lives each…
    29/3/2010 -
    Media release
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    31,793,580
  • On Wednesday 4 February 2009, The George Institute will announce the first-year results of an international survey reviewing global public and private investment into R&D for new products for…
    29/1/2009 -
    Media release
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    31,250,876
  • The George Institute today announced a partnership with Telstra Health to bring innovative solutions for some of the most pressing healthcare challenges. At an event at Parliament House, Telstra…
    27/10/2014 -
    Media release
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    29,604,218
  • Key findings of the second G-FINDER report, an annual survey of investment into neglected disease R&D, were launched today in New Delhi, India. These show global funding for neglected disease…
    15/12/2009 -
    Media release
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    29,441,730
  • Health care system is "failing" heart attack survivors – half of all heart attacks are "not the first"1 and thousands die from repeat events every year1. The cost of repeat heart attacks exceeds $8.…
    04/2/2013 -
    Media release
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    29,281,016
  • The primary aim of the research project is to establish whether tai chi exercise is more effective than usual care in the management of long-term low back pain. While current research shows tai…
    10/4/2013 -
    Project
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    26,323,848
  • Today, the G-FINDER team launched a landmark database that gives the public direct access to searchable data on global research and development (R&D) funding for over thirty neglected diseases…
    28/5/2010 -
    Media release
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    26,115,588
  • About 20,000 heart attacks could be prevented using a computer to help GPs to assess and treat patients, Australian researchers have found. The study, published in the American Heart Association’…
    14/1/2015 -
    Media release
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    25,894,962
  • More than 30 healthcare experts and community representatives have issued a report calling for immediate changes to the way Australia’s healthcare system is funded. Professor Vlado Perkovic,…
    12/8/2015 -
    Media release
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    25,770,554
  • SYDNEY SEPT 13 - As the world heads towards 27.5 million cases and 900,000 deaths from COVID-191, experts are calling for renewed focus on the global burden of sepsis from all causes in the lead up…
    11/9/2020 -
    Media release
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    25,708,796
  • You may have heard of evidence gap maps – they have been used in health, social and environmental research for a while now. But, let’s be honest, is it possible some of us glaze over when hearing the…
    16/8/2019 -
    Profile story
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    135,191.27
  • Neurological and mental health expert, Associate Professor Maree Hackett, looks after a program of research that focuses on mental health with other chronic diseases like stroke. She has a background…
    06/8/2013 -
    Profile story
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    118,737.664
  • The George Institute for Global Health has joined a global call to include gender in research impact assessment. Professor Robyn Norton, Principal Director of The George Institute, joined more…
    25/7/2016 -
    News
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    22,842.76
  • The inaugural edition of the BMJ Global Health, the newest in the renowned British Medical Journal family of publications, has been released under the leadership of editor-in-chief and George…
    19/4/2016 -
    News
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    22,842.76
  • Once named an 'emerging voice for global health', PhD student at The George Institute and University of Sydney Seye Abimbola has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of the upcoming BMJ…
    08/9/2015 -
    News
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    22,593.377
  • In a major forum hosted by The George Institute for Global Health on Friday, key health sector thinkers, leaders and change makers from around the world gathered in Sydney to address maximising the…
    23/2/2016 -
    News
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    19,837.035