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Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute’s(BDI) fourth annual Industry Showcase and its centrepiece So You Think You Can Pitch? competition gained a different dimension this year as the event went virtual.
Communication, serendipity and an enzyme called DOT1L have all combined to produce some exciting findings into the immune system’s B cells and T cells by two groups of Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) scientists.
Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) researchers have been awarded more than $16 million across 16 projects in the highly competitive NHMRC Ideas Grant Scheme for innovative research projects.
A new study by Monash University provides evidence that a simple ventilated headboard hood can stop the spread of SARS-CoV2 between patients and health care workers in hospital wards.
It was a year like no other but members of Monash University’s Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) rose to the challenges of COVID-19, going above and beyond in their contributions and the sacrifices made to further biomedical science, Director Professor John Carroll said at the Institute’s recent End of Year Celebration and Annual Awards event.
Delighted to announce Prof @abud_helen (Lab site https://t.co/29MFqjb9e1) will take up the role of Head of Departme… https://t.co/v633tm5rka
Congratulations to our awesome foursome - recipients of both Vice-Chancellor's & @Monash_FMNHS Dean's Awards (… https://t.co/Tb1hIbs0BV
RT @ProvostParlange: Researchers from @AlfredMonash_ID and @MonashInfotech and led by @AntonPeleg @MonashBDI have been awarded $3.4M from t…
ICYMI: Congratulations to all involved in BDI's 2020 Virtual Graduate Student Symposium - an inspiring day showcasi… https://t.co/rNMExhx8Fv
Congratulations to BDI's Prof @Jamie_Rossjohn & Prof Charles Mackay, who have each had their pioneering influence i… https://t.co/EKFgSYmj35