An Aljazeera Film
The Australian Venom Research Unit currently has two roles available for motivated applicants with relevant qualifications and a desire to work in the field of toxinology.
The World Health Organisation added snakebite to the highest priority list of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)
Dr Ronelle Welton (AVRU) and her colleague Associate Professor Bill Nimorakiotakis (Epworth Hospital) - recent case of necrotising fasciitis unlikely to have been caused by the bite of a white-tailed spider
Our congratulations to Daniel Hoyer, Alastair Stewart and David Williams for their paper with Impact
Diana is one of four women interviewed about their careers as snake handlers
AVRU David Williams is one of the experts cited in a recent News Feature that appeared in Nature
Anaphylaxis found to be responsible for the most morbidity and mortality following envenomation events
GIS (Geographical Information System) is proving very helpful for identifying bites and stings in Australia at AVRU. See this in the GIS magazine Position by Ronelle Welton.
Dr David William's recent article in The Conversation
Dr Ken Winkel's recent article in the Conversation
Dr David Williams cited in latest issue of Scientific American.
claims thousands of lives in the world's poorest communities every year
but remains a 'forgotten killer',according to a new editorial
published in the British Medical Journal.