Minister for Health launches state-wide registry for Victoria’s cardiac patients
30 October 2014
Victorian Hospitals will be better equipped to measure the quality of care for their cardiac patients, under a new project that collects and compares data on coronary angioplasty practice.
Unique opportunity for GPs in mental health
28 October 2014
GPs working in mental health in south east Melbourne are being offered an opportunity to participate in an Australian-first project.
Medical costs for survivors stay high 10 years on
24 October 2014
New data shows that healthcare and personal costs to support survivors of stroke remains high 10 years on.
Molecule could suppress immune system's 'friendly fire'
23 October 2014
Scientists have found a molecule that could potentially accelerate clinical trials to combat autoimmune diseases.
St Annes Primary School children explore LEAP - Local Environment Art Possibilities
21 October 2014
St Annes Primary School children, under the guidance of pre-service teachers from Monash University, will work on a series of innovative art and sustainability projects on Wednesday 22 October.
Aspirin use to prevent cancer draws key researchers to symposium
20 October 2014
The use of aspirin to prevent cancer will be discussed by experts at a symposium in Melbourne today.
Monash tops the board for NHMRC funding
17 October 2014
Monash University has received $72 million – the largest amount given to a university in today’s NHMRC project grants funding announcement.
Biomedical research and smart industry win major funding
16 October 2014
Australian biomedical research and businesses that utilise in-house research will receive a major boost thanks to $17.9 million in funding from the Science and Industry Endowment Fund, for two major collaborative efforts that will connect SMEs with resear
The Islamic State movement: challenges at home and abroad
15 October 2014
Monash University terrorism expert Professor Greg Barton from the School of Social Sciences will discuss the challenges posed by the Islamic State movement at home and abroad in a public lecture tomorrow night.
Dialogue on obesity brings generations together
15 October 2014
Nutrition, diet and obesity will be put under the microscope at the annual Science Dialogue at Monash University’s Berwick campus.
Business still booming at Monash
9 October 2014
The Monash Business School has maintained its ‘triple crown’ accreditation for business education providers with today’s announcement that it has received EQUIS reaccreditation for the next five years.
Experts available: Lunar eclipse, Mental Health Week, interest rates, Hong Kong protests
6 October 2014
Monash University experts are available to speak on key news items.
Australia – Indonesia business forum
2 October 2014
PPIA Monash (Indonesian Student Association) and the Australia-Indonesia Centre are hosting an Australian-Indonesian business forum tomorrow (Friday 3 October).
Australia’s high survival rates shed doubt on global sepsis guidelines
2 October 2014
New research suggests treatment in Australia and New Zealand for patients with sepsis is the best in the world.
Mindfulness to help depression
1 October 2014
A program combining mindfulness meditation with cognitive therapy to prevent depressive relapse is being offered at Dandenong Hospital.
International collaboration to develop inhaled form of oxytocin to manage bleeding after childbirth in developing countries
25 September 2014
An international group of public and private organizations are collaborating to accelerate development of an innovative heat-stable and low-cost inhaled form of oxytocin to manage postpartum hemorrhage in resource-poor settings.
More support to keep youth care leavers out of criminal justice system
25 September 2014
Few young people transitioning out of state care at 18 are ready to live independently and more support is needed to keep them from entering the youth justice system, according to a new Monash University report.
Yearly treatment could slow osteoarthritis
22 September 2014
Researchers are trialling a once-a-year treatment to slow osteoarthritis.
Driving the innovation edge for the Chemicals & Plastics manufacturing industry
18 September 2014
The best minds in academic research are joining with industry and government to ensure a dynamic future for the Australian chemistry industry, the second largest manufacturing sector in Australia, by jump starting opportunities for global investment, inno
A heart-felt need for dairy food
17 September 2014
A daily small serve of dairy food may reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke, even in communities where such foods have not traditionally formed part of the diet.