Current research underway in WA
Dr. Girish Dwivedi
Thank you, Dr. Dwivedi and team, for your dedication to our cause and to helping people with type 2 diabetes and heart complications. Want to know more about this work that could also benefit those with type 1 diabetes?
Dr. Aveni Haynes
A WA-based research project into type 1 diabetes holds hope of helping prevent type 1 diabetes from developing in very young children at high risk of the condition. Families enrolled in the Australia-wide Environmental Determinants of Islet Autoimmunity (ENDIA) study in SA, Victoria, NSW, and QLD are helping progress this powerful research.
To find out more
Dr. Lakshini Herat
Diabetic retinopathy is a major global health issue and WA researchers are determined to help reduce its impact. They’re searching for better treatment options to prevent the development and progression of this debilitating health complication.
To find out more about their work
Dr. Julia Marley
When COVID-19 hit, gestational diabetes screening had to be changed so women wouldn’t have to wait in enclosed spaces for a long period. This further highlighted how critical it is that testing for the condition is simplified.
To find out more about this important research
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NEWS AND MEDIA
2Jun2021DRWA diabetes research grants up for grabsVIEW ARTICLE
14May2021Norah Murphy Art ExhibitionVIEW ARTICLE
16Nov2020Grant opens door for new research to help prevent type 2 diabetesVIEW ARTICLE
16Nov2020WA researchers win world-leading diabetes-heart attack trial fundingVIEW ARTICLE
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