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Australia’s highest ranking Pharmacy Faculty flings open its doors for Open Day

Discover why Monash University is ranked second best in the world to study Pharmacy and Pharmacology, and number one in Australia, at our Monash Parkville campus Open Day on Sunday 20 August.

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New medicine to prevent mothers dying in childbirth succeeds in first trial in humans

The Monash University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS) today announced positive results from a first-in-human study of a new, inhaled form of a medicine that could significantly reduce maternal deaths around the world. The results open

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A multi-million dollar fight to save women’s lives

A new medicine to prevent the death of tens of thousands of women every year because of a fatal loss of blood after childbirth is within sight as a result...

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A multi-million dollar fight to save women’s lives

A new medicine to prevent the death of tens of thousands of women every year because of a fatal loss of blood after childbirth is within sight as a result...

mips

A multi-million dollar fight to save women’s lives

A new medicine to prevent the death of tens of thousands of women every year because of a fatal loss of blood after childbirth, is within sight as a result...

mips

A multi-million dollar fight to save women’s lives

A new medicine to prevent the death of tens of thousands of women every year because of a fatal loss of blood after childbirth, is within sight as a result...

Dr Michelle McIntosh and colleagues will engineer a drug that could save the lives of up to 150,000 women in developing countries who die each year at childbirth from postpartum haemorrhage

Life-saving formula a step closer to human trials

A global innovation that has the potential to prevent women in developing countries from the fatal loss of blood after childbirth will move a step closer to human trials, following...

Dr Michelle McIntosh and colleagues will engineer a drug that could save the lives of up to 150,000 women in developing countries who die each year at childbirth from postpartum haemorrhage

Life-saving formula a step closer to human trials

A global innovation that has the potential to prevent women in developing countries from the fatal loss of blood after childbirth will move a step closer to human trials, following...