Boost for USC in search for epilepsy treatment
Epilepsy research led by the University of the Sunshine Coast has had a $600,000 boost to investigate new treatments for severe seizures that affect children.
$2.7 million for USC sea cucumber research
A $2.7 million research project to boost stocks of a high-value sea cucumber has been awarded to the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Floods, cyclones bring sickness threat to babies
As Queensland prepares for possible flooding with the first cyclone of the season, a study into the health of babies and toddlers following natural disasters has revealed formula-fed infants face a much higher risk of sickness.
$380,000 to track chlamydia’s true extent
Koalas are not the only Australian animal suffering from chlamydia and Dr Martina Jelocnik from USC is on a mission to uncover the full extent of the problem.
New research network marks milestone for USC
A new network has formed to support the growing number of people embarking on research careers at the University of the Sunshine Coast.