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Eva Alisic appointed co-chair

Monash part of high-level scientific advisory group on global policymaking

Monash University is playing a key part in a new international scientific partnership, which will support science’s role in tackling significant sustainable development challenges.

Science

Monash University appoints Professor Mick Dodson as Vice-Chancellor's Professorial Fellow

Eminent Australian, Professor Mick Dodson AM, has been appointed a Vice-Chancellor's Professorial Fellow by Monash University, where he will provide advice, leadership and mentoring on matters relating to Indigenous affairs.

University news
Colin Caprani

Earthquakes don’t kill, our collapsing structures do. So how can we build them to stay up?

The magnitude 6.2 earthquake that struck central Italy this week has so far resulted in the deaths of at least 250 people.

Monash University research gives us a crash course in cycling in Melbourne

Researchers from Monash University have undertaken unique road accident research by turning their analysis to cyclists.

Medicine & health

World-renowned economist in Australia

In academia, Thomas Piketty is a world-leading thinker, bestselling author, professor at the prestigious École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales and professor at the Paris School of Economics.

Business
Immune breakthrough: poison ivy

Immune breakthrough: unscratching poison ivy's rash

We all know that a brush with poison ivy leaves us with an itchy painful rash. A breakthrough finding from a major global research collaboration between Monash University and Harvard has revealed the molecular cause of this irritation.

Science

First patient overnight stay at MHTP Clinical Trials Centre

The Clinical Trials Centre at the Monash Health Translation Precinct (MHTP) welcomed their first overnight patient earlier this month.

Medicine & health
Yahya Shehabi

Monash study will lead improvements in sedation practice for intensive care patients

Better patient outcomes through improved sedation practices in intensive care is the aim of Monash research that has received significant industry funding.

Medicine & health