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Monash University scientists have played a critical role in an international collaboration that has identified promising therapeutic targets for a rare form of sarcoma afflicting mostly young people.
At any one time, more than 1,400 Australians are on an organ transplant waiting list. The most common organs in demand are kidneys, followed by the liver and lung.
Monash University graduate and News Corp national political editor (Sunday editions) Annika Smethurst has won the 2017 Press Gallery Journalist of the Year.
Five current Monash academics are among the 900 Australians recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List, which recognises outstanding Australians who have made a real difference in their communities.
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#Insight: Pauline Hanson is wrong – we need to include children with disability in regular classrooms:… https://t.co/LjLbnbXLuE
How do you combat poverty among the rural poor? Cited by @WorldBank @MonashMalaysia research offers insight:… https://t.co/JSSOtpMely
Connecting with culture, Indigenous University Games is more than a sporting event. #NAIDOC https://t.co/LodlQ9BaNn https://t.co/FZAKioNXss
Check out our new Team Monash attire for Indigenous University Games!
Designed by Wiradjuri and Dunghutti artist Carly Donovan, the uniform artwork reflects our Yulendj community at Monash. The Games kick-off this Sunday - good luck to all involved!
@unigames #monashuni #playunigames #goodluck #cheeringforyou
Good luck to all those involved in the Indigenous Unigames kicking off this Sunday.
Check out our new Team Monash attire, designed by Wiradjuri and Dunghutti artist Carly Donovan.
#MonashPride #Yulendj #GoodLuck
Can you guess where at Clayton campus this is? 'Five bats' by Clifton Pugh is one of seventeen works featured on the MUMA public art walk. #monashuni #claytoncampus #artwalk #batsofinstagram #bats #art🎨
RT @JohnMcNeil6: Proud to present @Monash_SPHPM research #excellenceawards recently. Diversity & quality of our researchers amazes me https…
RT @Monash_Arts: Are we gaining/losing #serendipity via #startups? Sebastian Olma argues that there's a 'naked silicon emperor' https://t.c…
Our researchers have partnered with @thealfredhospital to develop a device for magnetic stimulation of the brain. This non-invasive therapeutic approach aims to improve treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders.
#magneticbrainstimulation #rTMS #MDD #deepbrainstimulation #research #scientificresearch #healthcare #neurology #psychiatry
Our researchers have partnered with The Alfred Hospital to develop a device for magnetic stimulation of the brain. This non-invasive therapeutic approach aims to improve treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders.
#rTMS Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre #MDD
Our scientists in the Biomedicine Discovery Institute have played a critical role in an international study into a rare form of cancer, which affects mostly young people.
The study's findings could lead to new approaches and personalised treatments for tackling the disease.
#CancerHeroes #Sarcoma #BDI #CancerResearch
Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond to further inclusion, cohesion, connection and belonging at Monash?
Nominations are open until 14 July for the Vice-Chancellor's Diversity and Inclusion Awards.
#monashuni #diversity #inclusion #belonging #awards #monash
Do you know someone who has made an outstanding contribution to supporting diversity and fostering inclusion within the Monash community?
Nominations are open until 14 July for the Vice-Chancellor's Diversity and Inclusion Awards. The awards celebrate those who have gone above and beyond to further inclusion, cohesion, connection and belonging for people from disadvantaged and marginalised groups at Monash.
A quick walk on the shortest day of the year. #rainydays #undercover #shortestday #brightred #rainforestwalk #architecture #claytoncampus
Congratulations to Monash Alumni Annika Smethurst, winner of the 2017 Press Gallery Journalist of the Year award.
The award follows a succession of accolades that Smethurst has received during her three years in Canberra, including a Walkley for the Choppergate expenses scandal.