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Immune cell discovery could lead to better treatments for kidney disease

Monash University researchers have discovered that two types of immune cells inside blood vessels work together to cause inflammatory kidney disease, paving the way for future targeted treatments.

Medicine & health
Amanda Vincent

Amanda Vincent receives highest award for research into premature menopause and bone health

Monash University’s Associate Professor Amanda Vincent received the highly competitive Osteoporosis Australia / Amgen Research Award at the joint Annual Scientific Meetings of the Endocrine Society of Australia, the Society for Reproductive

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

St Vincent’s scandal: what’s the protocol for chemotherapy and are low doses less effective?

The New South Wales government this week released the final report of its investigation into chemotherapy “underdosing” of patients with locally advanced head and neck cancer in a Sydney hospital.

Medicine & health

St Vincent’s scandal: what’s the protocol for chemotherapy and are low doses less effective?

The New South Wales government this week released the final report of its investigation into chemotherapy “underdosing” of patients with locally advanced head and neck cancer in a Sydney hospital.

Medicine & health
Ms Kate Sievert

Be Positive: Monash researchers improving screening rates for hepatitis B

Improved screening and vaccination rates for chronic hepatitis B in migrant populations in Melbourne is the aim of a project recently recognised as a winner in the One Monash Health Awards.

Ms Kate Sievert

Be Positive: Monash researchers improving screening rates for hepatitis B

Improved screening and vaccination rates for chronic hepatitis B in migrant populations in Melbourne is the aim of a project recently recognised as a winner in the One Monash Health Awards.

Professor Helena Teede

Monash academics appointed to prestigious health committee

Head of Department of Medicine, Professor Peter Ebeling AO and Professor Helena Teede, Executive Director of Monash Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre, Head of the Monash Centre for Health Research...