National Science Week 2022

  • A new era for virology - To mark National Science Week 2022, NSW Health Pathology is taking a look back at scientific moments of note in our history. In this article, we head to 2013 when former Chief Pathologist Prof Roger Wilson talked about the new era of virology.
  • Bugs that bite - In celebration of National Science Week 2022, NSW Health Pathology is taking a look into some of our scientific moments of note. This article talks about Dr Cameron Webb's guidelines into bugs that bite.
  • Meet Sarah from Transfusion - For National Science Week 2022, NSW Health Pathology is shining a light on the work of our scientists past and present. This page profiles Sarah Dimmock, the Senior Scientist in charge of transfusion at our John Hunter laboratory in Newcastle.
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  • Pathology partners in red cell pilot - To mark National Science Week 2022, NSW Health Pathology is taking a look back at key moments in science in our history. In this article, we revisit a life-changing pilot to reduce red blood cell waste.
  • Smallpox tells a colonial story - During National Science Week 2022, NSW Health Pathology takes a look back at key scientific moments in our history. This article tells the story of Associate Professor James Branley's discovery of an early sample of smallpox vaccine.
  • Worldwide spread of coronavirus - To celebrate National Science Week 2022, NSW Health Pathology is looking back at the scientific moments of note in our history. This article talks about our efforts in previous examples where coronavirus has spread worldwide.