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The Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) is changing the rules in the fight against disease, embracing new perspectives for new solutions. We're part of the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences.
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Congratulations to Dr Pouya Faridi who was recently awarded an Ideas Grant in the 2020 round of the Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme.
Peptides – short strings of amino acids – play a vital role in health and industry with a huge range of medical uses including in antibiotics, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer drugs.
Monash University researchers have uncovered for the first time the reason mutations in a particular gene lead to mitochondrial disease.
Multiple reports are questioning universities’ value and purpose in the wake of the global transition to emergency online and remote teaching. In the case of healthcare education, the future and extent of online education is particularly noteworthy given the critical reliance on human interaction for successful healthcare practice and medical outcomes.
An international research team co-led by Dr Chen Li from the Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) at Monash University has published a landmark study in prediction and computational analysis of protein complexes using co-fractionation mass spectrometry (MS) data.
An international research team's landmark study, co-led by BDI's @Blueheaven_Chen, provides a framework for protein… https://t.co/xYqY3PJARd
THIS FRIDAY 7 May, @MonashBDI's @RosenbluhSefi speaks at @MonashPCCC's next Precision Oncology Seminar. Register no… https://t.co/9Kwu5XVFQx
Revealing a key aspect of peptide machineries, research published in @NatureComms will advance work in re-engineeri… https://t.co/1LrMKBXAhF
1/3. Great article by @MonashBDI's @InsidOutAnatomy & PhD student @ShemonaRozario - with some healthcare education… https://t.co/NMId6wk62M
Appearing similar to a wolf & hunted to extinction, research published in @BMC_series by PhD student @DSRovinsky,… https://t.co/O2SQdc5kKU
TOMORROW: Don't miss our next Biomedicine Discovery Seminar.
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𝗧𝗼𝗽𝗶𝗰: Regulation of germinal c… https://t.co/X4cKVfLfir
RT @ImmuMon: Check out our amazing program and invited speakers! Abstracts and registration now open for ImmuMon 2021. Visit out website <h…
RT @ReneaTaylor1: Encouraging colleagues to register for the upcoming CSTI Virtual Symposium - abstract deadline is this Friday 30th April.…