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Yahya Shehabi

Simple blood test reduces antibiotic use in patients with acute respiratory infections

Patients with acute respiratory infections should be tested for a blood marker for bacterial infection to determine antibiotic treatment, according to a large international study including researchers at Monash University.

Clinical Sciences
Tarlinton group

Revealed: the enzyme behind immune cell activity

Monash University researchers have revealed the role played by an enzyme that is pivotal to the process of clearing infection in the body.

Clinical Sciences
Molly Johnston

Are Australian women being ‘left out in the cold’ over policies governing egg freezing?

Australia is experiencing the growing global trend of women freezing their eggs for fertility preservation providing the option for thawing and IVF treatment in future to have children.

Clinical Sciences

For data with destiny, track postgraduate careers

A recent study from Deakin University’s Trina Jorre de St Jorre (“Uni graduates told: Sell your employment talents to bosses”, October 2) revealed that university graduates need to market their talents better to prosp

Research
Kay Nguo

Dr Kay Nguo awarded ECR Publication Prize

Dr Kay Nguo from the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics was recently awarded the Jenny Keating Early Career Researcher Publication Prize for Nursing and Allied Health Research.

Clinical Sciences
Stephen Opat

World’s largest clinical trial in follicular lymphoma gives hope to patients

Follicular lymphoma patients treated with a therapy known as obinutuzumab in combination with chemotherapy leads to significant improvements in how the disease is controlled.

Clinical Sciences

Partnership promotes new treatments for men’s reproductive health disorders

A visit to Monash University has highlighted how academic partnerships between countries can create innovation with global benefits.

Research
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Radical research raises hopes for eye disease treatment for premature babies

Research by Monash University scientists has demonstrated the previously unknown existence of a disease-fighting immune cell in the eye and points to potential novel ways of treating eye disorders in premature babies and diabetic adults.

Clinical Sciences