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Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine News & Events

January 11, 2021

VaxVisa app verifies COVID-19 test results

As vaccines roll out and the world looks to a future beyond COVID-19, a Bond University student has come up with a high-tech solution to help people travel... Read more

December 14, 2020

Family ties inspire Bond's first Indigenous medical graduates

Growing up, Myora Stone’s Indigenous heritage was a centrepiece of her life. For Brioney Keats, her ancestry was a later discovery. Recently the pair’s... Read more

December 9, 2020

Face masks cut disease spread in the lab, but have less impact in the community - we need to know why

In controlled laboratory situations, face masks appear to do a good job of reducing the spread of coronavirus (at least in hamsters) and other respiratory... Read more

December 4, 2020

Dr Wright dives into new career

Two-time Olympic champion Melanie Wright is officially a doctor after graduating from Bond University. Dr Wright said she had dreamed of the moment long... Read more

December 4, 2020

Hat-trick of success for Professor Paul Glasziou

The Director of Bond University’s Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare (IEBH), Professor Paul Glasziou, has for the third successive year been named in a... Read more

November 6, 2020

A spoonful of technology helps the lecture go down

Assistant Professor Christian Moro of the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine has been shortlisted for the so-called 'Oscars of education'. Read more

October 23, 2020

Veteran's research for Diggers wins top prize

A military veteran whose research helps prevent injuries among fellow soldiers and first responders has received Bond University’s top prize for research... Read more

October 8, 2020

Warm congratulations to Hot List duo

Bond University Associate Professors Lotti Tajouri and Christian Moro have been included on The Educator's 2020 Higher Education Hot List. Read more

October 7, 2020

Race to publish COVID-19 research could result in patient harm

Dozens of studies into COVID-19 have been discredited as researchers rush to share their findings, sometimes cutting corners in the process. Read more

September 16, 2020

Re-sis-tance is futile for the youngest Bondy from Bundy

Four of Bundaberg's five Conradie sisters are either graduates or students at Bond University. Now the youngest of the quintet looks set to follow in... Read more

February 23, 2021 - 06:30

Professional Development Breakfast for Health & Science Teachers

Join our academics Professor Linda Crane, who will talk about the latest trends and developments in health and patient care plus jobs and careers of the future... Read more