Today Announcing the 2004 funding allocation.

Cancer research boosted in Queensland Australia The University of Queensland’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience is among just three recipients of the biggest research grant ever given by the Australian Malignancy Research Foundation . Today Announcing the 2004 funding allocation, ACRF Chairman Tom Dery said $3 .3 million would be provided for three major research projects now taking place at Australia’s foremost cancer analysis centres, the IMB, the Garvan Institute in Sydney and the Peter MacCallum Cancer tumor Center in Melbourne. IMB Director Professor John Mattick welcomed the news of the $1.2 million funding grant for the Institute and said it represented the ACRF’s foresight and commitment to purchase leading-edge research in Australia.

Canary Database – pet diseases as early warning system for emerging individual diseases Yale School of Medication has launched a state-of-the-art database funded in part by the National Library of Medication, called the Canary Database, containing scientific evidence about how animal disease events is definitely an early warning system for emerging human being diseases. There have always been reports of pets succumbing to environmental hazards before human beings show signs of disease, according to the project’s innovator, Peter Rabinowitz, M.D., associate professor of medicine in The Yale Environmental and Occupational Medicine Program at Yale University School of Medicine.