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After a global search, Dr C. Glenn Begley has been appointed inaugural CEO of BioCurate Pty Ltd, a venture launched last year by Monash and the University of Melbourne.
A survey exhibition showcasing the work of Christian Thompson, one of Australia’s most intriguing contemporary artists, is now showing at MUMA.
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Is the bacteria in our gut to blame for the food choices we make? Research involving a Monash biologist has shown how our stomach ‘speaks’ to our brain.
Improving the way data from stroke patients is collected and analysed avoids misleading comparisons of hospital performance, our researchers have found.
Our researchers have found answers to why, and how, having different immune molecules changes a person’s underlying genetic risk of developing an autoimmune disease.
The blueprint for the future of Clayton was awarded a National Award for Planning Excellence last night for turning an ambitious plan into tangible change on the ground.
Staff and students gathered to walk - or run - the 12 storeys of the forbiddingly tall Menzies Building on Tuesday to bring awareness to mental illness.
Monash and Stanford Universities have formally agreed to join forces on research in planetary health after signing a statement of co-operation in the US this month at a G’Day USA event.
Graduate study gives you the chance to expand your knowledge and pursue your passions. Find out more about the range of graduate degrees we offer at this month’s Graduate Study Expo.
Part of the Athena SWAN pilot program, the survey will help to develop a four year Action Plan to address some of the equity and diversity challenges that continue to persist in academia.
We're set to host distinguished US surgical oncologist, Professor T. Clark Gamblin, on a Fulbright Specialist grant. Professor Gamblin will host numerous presentations during his stay in October.