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Improving stroke data analysis provides more reliable comparisons of hospital performance

Improving the way data from patients with stroke are collected and analysed avoids misleading comparisons of hospital performance, according to latest research from Monash University.

Medicine & health

Monash researchers find piece in inflammatory disease puzzle

From left to right: Associate Professor Martin J Stone, Ms. Zil e Huma (First author PhD student), Ms. Julie Sanchez (PhD student) and Mr. Cheng (Enzo) Huang (PhD student)

Published today in the journal Science Signaling, research by Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) researchers, in collaboration with the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS), reveals how certain proteins cause the white blood cells that play a central role in inflammatory responses to behave in different ways. White blood cells are beneficial in helping to eliminate invading microorganisms or repair damaged tissue, but they can prolong the response and damage healthy tissues, leading to disease.

Associate Professor Peter Holmes awarded prestigious Thoracic Society medal

Associate Professor Peter Holmes, former Deputy Director of Monash Lung and Sleep, was recently awarded the prestigious Society Medal by the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand at their 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting held in Canberra.

Monash researcher acknowledged for her outstanding contribution to the dietetic profession

Associate Professor Judi Porter from Monash University’s Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food has received an Outstanding Contribution Award from the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA).

Clinical Sciences
Shimona Lai

Monash medical student’s research may change IVF practice

Monash medical student Ms Shimona Lai has been accepted to present her research into the safety of double embryo transfers at the prestigious European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) in Switzerland.

Clinical Sciences
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