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Professor Roger Daly

International study raises hopes for new sarcoma treatment

Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) 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.

Biomedicine Discovery Institute
Lupus Victoria

Monash lupus research receives donation from Lupus Victoria

A generous donation from Lupus Victoria will fund a Monash University PhD scholarship, enabling vital research into lupus.

Clinical Sciences
Lachlan McMillan

SCS PhD student Lachlan McMillan selected to attend Stanford SPARK workshop

School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health PhD student Lachlan McMillan has received a competitive grant to attend the prestigious Stanford SPARK Biomedical Innovation and Entrepreneurship Course in Tokyo this August.

Clinical Sciences
David Langton

Monash Nursing and Midwifery PhD student receives Order of Australia Medal

Monash Nursing and Midwifery PhD student and and Peninsula Health Respiratory Medicine, Head of Unit, Associate Professor David Langton has been awarded the Order of Australia Medal in Monday's Queen's Birthday Honours list.

Nursing and Midwifery

MHTP stroke research recognised at European Stroke Organisation Conference

Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP) stroke researchers and clinicians were well recognised at the European Stroke Organisation Conference in Prague last month.

Clinical Sciences
Julian Elliott

Win for “Citizen Science”: Associate Professor Julian Elliott awarded Commonwealth Health Minister’s Award

Congratulations to Associate Professor Julian Elliott, who was awarded the prestigious Commonwealth Health Minister’s Award for Excellence in Health and Medical Research 2017 at a ceremony in Melbourne on Thursday night.

Medicine
Sleep apnea

Taking a lateral approach to curing sleep apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common yet serious disorder in which obstruction of the throat (upper airway) causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start.

Clinical Sciences
L to R Monash Dr Renea Taylor; founder of E.J. Whitten Foundation, Ted Whitten; Monash Professor Gail Risbridger; foreground, E.J.Whitten CEO, Nick Holland,. Photo taken at Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute research laboratory. Credit: Monash

Major donation boosts research into treatment of deadly form of prostate cancer

Research led by Monash BDI Professor Gail Risbridger and Dr Renea Taylor has received a AUD $600,000 donation from a leading prostate cancer awareness provider, the E.J. Whitten Foundation, to advance research into aggressive prostate cancer

Clinical Sciences