Welcome to the Australasian Wound & Tissue Repair Society. The society, a not-for-profit making organisation founded in 2007, believes that promoting the knowledge and interchange between scientists, healthcare professionals, industry and other individuals that have an interest in wound healing and tissue repair will lead to improved wound outcomes.

The Society provides a forum for interaction among scientists, physicians, licensed practitioners, allied health, and industrial representatives. Membership to the Society is open to any individual who has demonstrated an interest in the field of wound healing and tissue repair.

Dr Brooke Farrugia
AWTRS President (2018-current)

Today marks the 14th and first-ever all digital Rare Disease Day where hundreds of awareness-raising activities are held globally. EB may be rare but rare is many, rare is strong, rare is proud. Let us know about your awareness-raising events for #EB!#rarediseaseday2021

Nice talk by @AllisonCowin discussing the function of Flii in balancing inflammation and progress of antibody therapy development to improve healing in chronic wounds including Epidermolysis Bullosa #FightEB @UniversitySA #wounds #fragileskin #SkinsocConf21

Excited to announce 2 fully funded end-user/industry inspired PhD project scholarships available in our lab for 2021 @UniversitySA @UniSAFII Join us and learn more about #Skin #Cancer (Feb start) and #wound #infection (June start). We promise it will be fun! Please retweet

Nice way to wrap up 2020! Accepted article in @WoundsAus Wound Practice and Research Journal by PhD student @hanifhaidari95 presenting a timely review of #silver-based wound dressings for treating #wound #infection. @UniSAFII Happy New Year 🎄🎁🌟


The latest AWTRS newsletter is out, follow the link for a summary of the #PPCTSS2020, AWTRS 2020 achievements and upcoming events

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