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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

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.

Professor John Bertram and Dr Go Kanzaki

Kidney findings a first for Japan

Monash University’s Biomedicine Discovery Institute scientists in Melbourne, Australia, collaborating with researchers from the Jikei University School of Medicine in Tokyo, have shown for the first time that Japanese people hav

Biomedicine Discovery Institute
Professor Trevor Lithgow

Monash scientist wins Royal Society of Victoria Medal for Excellence

Monash University Biomedicine Discovery Institute scientist, Professor Trevor Lithgow, is this year’s winner of the prestigious Royal Society of Victoria Medal for Excellence in Scientific Research in Category

Biomedicine Discovery Institute

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
Eric Chow

Congratulations to Eric Chow for Early Career Researcher Fellows Publication Prize

Congratulations to Dr Eric Chow, Melbourne Sexual Health Clinic, Central Clinical School, who has won the Early Career Researcher Fellows Publication Prize for Non-Laboratory Based Research, for his article.

Clinical Sciences
Vaccine research

Pushing the boundaries of vaccine research

Observations of Professor Magdalena Plebanski and her colleagues in the Department of Immunology and Pathology's Vaccine and Infectious Diseases Unit have led them to becoming leaders in the emerging field of wha

Clinical Sciences

Helping Aussie kids reach their full potential

The human brain undergoes massive developmental change from infancy to early adulthood. Disruption to neurodevelopment can be dramatic, leading to clinical conditions marked by failure to attain appropriate cognitive, motor, emotional or social de

Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences
From left to right: Associate Professor Elgene Lim (Garvan Institute), Dr Renea Taylor (Monash BDI), Professor Alastair Burt (University of Adelaide), Dr Alessandra Muntoni (NBCF), Professor Wayne Tilley (University of Adelaide), Ms Charlotte Webb

Monash in world first as cancer charities unite on $2.5million research grant

Monash University’s Biomedicine Discovery Institute scientists are part of a team awarded a $2.5 million grant to pursue innovative breast and prostate cancer research, thanks to a groundbreaking collaboration between the Nation

Biomedicine Discovery Institute

Enhancing Computational Neuroscience through international collaboration

We are privileged to have key international researcher, Prof Gustavo (Gus) Deco, visiting MICCN this month from Spain.

Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences
Terry O'Brien

Professor Terry O’Brien receives the Ambassador for Epilepsy award

Congratulations to Professor Terry O’Brien, who has been awarded the Ambassador for Epilepsy Award, for the Australian chapter, from the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE).

Clinical Sciences
Samara Wilson

Alcohol, drugs, and the impact on partners

When we think of issues surrounding alcohol and other drug use, we usually only consider the direct effects on the consumer. Such problematic issues, however, also heavily impact the partners, who face an increased risk of experiencing domestic vi

Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences

Genetics research leads to better understanding of children with ACC

Agenesis of the corpus callosum (ACC) is a birth defect in which there is a complete or partial absence of the corpus callosum - the major pathway for communication between the brain’s two hemispheres. It occurs when the corpus callosum

Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences
Allen Cheng

Bacterial resistance raises doubts about pneumonia antibiotic use

Monash University scientists reviewing an antibiotic commonly used to treat pneumonia have concluded that it may no longer be reliable as a monotherapy for serious infections due to bacterial resistance.

Clinical Sciences
The Longevity List

The Longevity List - answering the big questions about living a healthy, long life

“Modern life is slowly killing us. It’s ruining our chances at a hundred and beyond. We have to do something. But what should be on our longevity list when the health revolution comes?”

Clinical Sciences
Wendy Brown

John Mitchell Crouch Fellowship awarded to Professor Wendy Brown

Congratulations to Professor Wendy Brown, who has been awarded the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) John Mitchell Crouch Fellowship.

Clinical Sciences
2017 Nandurkar group

Rapid measurement of platelet function moves closer to fruition

Monash and RMIT scientists have edged closer to refining a device that will rapidly measure platelet function in the blood of people with von Willebrand's disease (vWD), the most common inherited bleeding disorder in Western populations.

Clinical Sciences
Sin-Ki Ng

Studies show emotion plays role in chronic low back pain

A review of available data by PhD student Sin-Ki Ng and others at the Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre suggests that emotional and cognitive processes may be the core contributor to Chronic low back pain.

Clinical Sciences