Infectious diseases research
As a centre of excellence in women's health, particularly in reproductive and sexual health, and in neonatal infectious diseases research, the Centre for Women’s Infectious Diseases conducts clinical research, as well as cutting edge molecular diagnostics.
Key research areas of focus include cervical cancer, sexual health and mother-to-baby infections, with emphasis on providing evidence for changes that may translate into clinical practice.
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The team from the Centre for Women's Infectious Diseases has received multiple awards, recognitions and peer-reviewed grants.Learn more
The Centre is conducting studies on human papillomavirus (HPV), development of molecular testing technologies, protecting premature babies against infection and the Young Female Health Initiative.Learn more
Research publications from the Centre for Women's Infectious DiseasesLearn more
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Infectious diseases research - 2018 highlights Learn more