Community-wide screening can end TB
Tuberculosis is an ancient disease, but it isn't history. Yet
Tuberculosis is an ancient disease, but it isn't history. Yet
How we are getting a more accurate picture of adherence to asthma medications
What is triple therapy? And how do you know if it's right for you?
Many people are being prescribed higher doses of asthma preventer medication than necessary
“Jet lag’s inevitable. It’s like death and taxes.”
We've begun a pilot study to test the benefits of a widely-prescribed sedative
Dr Christine Cowie has handy tips on how to minimise the health risks of gas appliances
Our latest Biennial Report tracks our progress through COVID-19. How did we do?
Our study shows benefits for people experiencing cognitive decline
We're working to make the proliferation of hay fever apps more manageable
A new study reveals important patient perspectives
Our trial of a new pharmacy asthma management service uncovered some surprising results
Our work offers new hope for ending TB in high burden settings.
If we're to improve world health, we must help the world breathe more easily
Easily distracted and struggling to focus? Napping neurons may be to blame
Professor Bandana Saini talks about the value of staying in touch with your local pharmacist
Bacteria could soon tell us how well a person will respond to lung cancer treatment
What's the best mask to protect you from COVID? How should you use it? Euan Tovey has the answers
Be prepared for Summer's bushfires and extreme weather events
What has COVID taught us about how to manage airborne diseases?
Dr Thu Anh Nguyen is working to eradicate TB in Vietnam, and she's had TB herself
We're proud to be chairing a new Respiratory Pharmacy Task Force
Prof Grant Waterer's 2021 Ann Woolcock Lecture
Anna McLean is working to find better diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer
Australia's approach to narcolepsy management is 'manifestly inadequate'
Congratulations Ron Grunstein, 2021 Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences
The Global Initiative for Asthma has updated its strategy for asthma treatment and prevention
Young people are suffering through sneezes and nose irritations unnecessarily.
Euan Tovey talks to ABC Radio all about dust mites.
How do sex genes affect asthma and respiratory disease? Diren Reddy wants to find out.
Our latest research shows one way to make sleep apps work even better.
Can cannabinoids help people with insomnia and sleep disorders?
It's the contributions of people with asthma to research that really makes a change.
Sherri Barden's pharmacy journey began 30 years ago as a Year 10 student on work experience.
There have been huge changes in asthma over the last 18 years
Sarah Serhal talks about past changes and current challenges in asthma management
Joseph Doan talks about changes and challenges in asthma management
Lynette De Michiel was just 18 months old when she had her first asthma attack
People are being encouraged to learn about air nutrition this Asthma Week
We're contributing to exciting new RNA research
How you use your inhaler may be as important as your medication dose
A new study reveals the health impacts of the 2019-20 bushfires
Two grants will help advance our cutting-edge research on the microbiome and lung cancer.
We hope new data will improve care for people with chronic lung disease.
Our Chairman, Robert Estcourt, has been recognised in the Queen's Birthday honours list.
Prof Helen Reddel will join a team evaluating a self-management intervention for COPD
The Woolcock's Prof Greg Fox has been awarded the 2021 RACP International Medal
Can a sleep hormone improve cognitive functioning in older people?
New research shows how teenagers can better manage their mild asthma
Our new research reveals the true burden of breathlessness in Australia
Parents rely on a diverse network to make important decisions about their child's asthma care
Invaluable reminders, tips and links on proper inhaler use
Our researchers are improving our understanding and management of COVID-19
Professor Simon Lewis and his team are striving to better predict and treat Parkinson's Disease
Our research shows a need for better mask-wearing protocols and ventilation for frontline staff.
We have the tools. We have the know-how. We just need to get on with it.
Christopher Gordon talks to ABC Radio about how to get a good night's sleep.
Sleep specialist Dr Chris Seton has helped us create 10 tips to help teens and tweens sleep better
Dr Rick Wassing tells us about his exciting new research project.
Our research shows that pharmacists want to be upskilled in sleep disorders
We're looking at ways to make CPAP therapy easier to follow.
Now's the time to act to get your tired, late-snoozing teen into healthy sleeping habits
Our research leaders tell us what they're doing to tackle the 'hot topics' in their field.
Our Facebook page has been banned. But there's other ways to stay in touch.
And update from our Woolcock Vietnam research teams.
A new study by the Woolcock, University of Technology Sydney and the University of Sydney
Dr Hoyos is one of 10 researchers Australia-wide to receive this prestigious award
Half of children and teenagers with hay fever don’t have their sniffles under control
Australian asthma guidelines have been updated to include a proven new treatment option
New research is set to reveal why some people with OSA struggle with daytime brain fog
Congratulations to Professor Carol Armour who has been awarded the prestigious Eureka Prize
Visits to NSW hospital emergency departments increased in the 2019–20 bushfire season
Did you know that almost 9,000 Australians die from lung cancer every year?
Professor Guy Marks elected to the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences
Aussies with mild asthma can manage severe asthma exacerbations with combo inhaler
9 News: People with asthma will be donning COVID-19 type face masks this bushfire season
The Woolcock's Professor Carol Armour named as finalist in prestigious Eureka Prize
Albury GP Dr Rebecca McGowan hasn’t been sleeping well at night after witnessing the fires
Sleep specialists are concerned workers are not getting the bright light needed
The start of spring means more pollen in the air, which is bad news for asthma sufferers
A common medication used to treat insomnia could soon be available over the counter
For many of us, our first response was to obsessively wash our hands following public advice
Ventolin inhalers with a dose counter are now listed on the PBS - full transition by 2020
Stepping down asthma medications does not increase the risk of exacerbation
Five months into a coronavirus pandemic - there's no certainty how this will play out
Doctors tell patients that a healthy lifestyle requires a nutritious diet, exercise, and adequate sleep
New collaborative research may help define one of the great unknowns of the pandemic
On World Asthma Day, there has never been more hope for people with asthma and options for treatment
A specialised cleaning team has been sanitising areas against COVID-19 with chemical fogging
Woolcock researchers remain dedicated to finding innovative new ways to fight the deadly virus.
Sydney scientists trialling cannabis-based medicine to get insomniacs snoozing soundly.
Professor Oliver shared his thoughts on the recent fires: Could this be our new norm?
Professor Guy Marks: At the forefront of climate change, it’s our responsibility to investigate