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A leading Monash University nutrition scientist has received the 2016 National Heart Foundation Ross Hohnen Award for Research Excellence for her project to improve heart health in shift workers, as part of this year’s round of research grants.
Graham White is yet to complete his PhD in theoretical particle physics, but that hasn’t stopped him from publishing a book – the first review of its kind – on a perplexing concept in the field: electroweak baryogenesis.
The Federal Minister for Health, The Hon Sussan Ley announced today that Monash University had topped the funding in this year’s project grants awarded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
A Monash University and Ambulance Victoria co-authored study has shown The Heart Foundation’s ‘Warning Signs’ public awareness campaign has resulted in 1,300 fewer deaths from cardiac arrest in the Melbourne region between 2009 and 2013.