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Research

Our research is making an impact on the world’s most challenging and complex problems.

Clamp2 provides vaccine hope for future pandemics

UQ is set to take a second-generation molecular clamp vaccine to a proof-of-concept human trial. The re-engineered technology is being developed for use in future disease outbreaks. 

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UQ unveils the Frazer Institute

UQ has renamed the Diamantina Institute in honour of Emeritus Professor Ian Frazer, co-inventor of the world-first HPV vaccine, which has already protected millions of women from cervical cancer.

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Emeritus Professor Ian Frazer
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