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Dr Erica Tandori.

Sensory Science at Lions Eye Institute

Dr Erica Tandori, artist-in-residence within the Rossjohn lab at the Monash BDI, appeared on 10 News First Perth last Friday, promoting the Sensory Science Exhibition at Lions Eye Institute (LEI).

In the Press 25 October, 2019
Professor Mariapia Degli-Esposti.

Protecting transplant patients from viral infection

Monash BDI's Professor Mariapia Degli-Esposti was featured in Lens last week. The article covers her career beginnings at the oldest university in Europe–the University of Bologna in Italy–to her current position as a world-renowned

In the Press 23 October, 2019
Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou.

Greek academic Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou pursuing a rich life in science in Australia

The career journey of one of the Monash BDI's academics, Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou, was recently featured in the Greek magazine Neos Kosmos.

In the Press 17 October, 2019
Spectroscopy of red blood cells. Credit: Steve Morton.

Monash researchers enlist the Cloud to wipe out malaria

The Monash scientists who developed the small game-changing device that can rapidly screen blood to detect pathogens have now confirmed the successful operation of a Cloud-based system based on spectroscopy.

In the Press 16 October, 2019
Dr Antonella Papa.

Cancer the topic

As part of their fundraising breakfast for breast cancer research on Tuesday morning, the Flinders District Lions Club hosted Monash BDI researcher and National Breast Cancer Foundation Research Fellow, Dr Antonella Papa.

In the Press 16 October, 2019
Associate Professor Helen Abud.

Mini organs grown from tumour cells can help us choose the best chemo

Associate Professor Helen Abud provided expert commentary in The New Scientist on research published in Science Translational Medicine.

In the Press 9 October, 2019
Associate Professor Lee Wong.

Funding announcement for brain tumour research

The announcement of $1.1 million in new research grants for innovative brain tumour research featured in The Pittsburgh PostGazette, The Antlers American, and PR Newswire.

In the Press 7 October, 2019
Professor Benjamin Kile.

Cell death blocker prevents healthy cells from dying

A team of scientists, including Monash BDI's former Head of Anatomy and Developmental Biology, Professor Benjamin Kile, have developed a world-first compound that can keep cells alive and functioning in a perfectly healthy state when they

In the Press 7 October, 2019
Monash BDI researcher, Dr Tracey Gaspari.

Study drugs: a potential lesson in addiction and death

Monash BDI researcher, Dr Tracey Gaspari, explained to Mojo News some of the dangers surrounding the use of ADHD drugs to help with study, including possible addiction and side effects.

In the Press 4 October, 2019