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The revolutionary ‘single injection’ treatment helping back pain sufferers

There's hope for millions of Australians who suffer from back pain, with scientists discovering a revolutionary treatment that could fix the problem with a single injection.

Idrees Sher

Monash researchers show stem cells help back pain

Neurosurgery research at Monash University focussing on stem cell regeneration to reduce back pain was recognised at the prestigious North American Spine Society annual meeting in Orlando, Florida.

Clinical Sciences
Glenn Melvin

Suicide prevention app developed by Monash University a finalist in VicHealth Awards

Dr Glenn Melvin has been named a finalist in the 2017 VicHealth Awards for his development of the suicide prevention app, BeyondNow in collaboration with BeyondBlue.

Clinical Sciences
Neuroinflammation research group

Monash neuroinflammation research recognised at national conference

Monash research was recognised recently at the Australian Vascular Biology Soceity (AVBS) conference in Queensland.

Clinical Sciences
Robyn Slattery

Congratulations to Prof Robyn Slattery, CCS Education lead

Congratulations to Professor Robyn Slattery who has been appointed as the new Director of Undergraduate (non-MBBS) and Post-graduate Education in the Central Clinical School.

Clinical Sciences
Haloom Rafehi

Cancer drug may aid diabetic complications

A new study by Monash University scientists from the Department of Diabetes investigated drug repurposing or repositioning

Clinical Sciences
Karen Alt

Congratulations to Central Clinical School NHMRC & MRFF Fellows for 2018!

Congratulations to all National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Fellowship recipients in Central Clinical School (CCS) starting in 2018!&

Clinical Sciences
Steven Petratos and Jae Lee

Teaching an old molecule new tricks; study a potential game-changer for MS research

Monash University researchers have developed – and patented – a small molecule that holds promise as a drug to help treat diseases affecting motor control, including Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Clinical Sciences