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The Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building by Denton Corker Marshall.

Denton Corker Marshall completes biomedical building

The Monash BDI's new Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building was recently featured on ArchitectureAU as Australia's largest biomedical teaching facility.

In the Press 4 April, 2019
Professor Michael Cowley.

Beat the bulge as you age

In an article recently published in The West Australian, Monash BDI's Department of Physiology Head, Professor Michael Cowley, said weight gain associated with middle age is not necessarily sudden, but rather an accumulation over many years.

In the Press 27 March, 2019
Associate Professor Zane Andrews.

CSIRO profiting from weight loss pill with no scientific backing

Monash BDI's Associate Professor Zane Andrews has appeared in the media recently, offering his expert opinion on the CSIRO-backed drug Metabolic C12.

In the Press 20 March, 2019
3D reconstruction of the cross-sectional view of Caenorhabditis elegans embryo showing EGL-20/WNT distribution (red, blue, green, purple).

Controlling cell behaviour – how a worm model provides a key

Monash researchers have discovered a mechanism regulating WNT - a crucial protein that controls cell behaviour. The international team, led by Monash BDI's Associate Professor Roger Pocock, have shown that an existing drug can be used to regulate

In the Press 20 March, 2019
Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou.

From Melbourne with love

Monash BDI's Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou was recently featured in Kappa magazine, leading Greek magazine from Kathimerini. The article highlighted four successful Greek women who have excelled in their fields in Australia.

In the Press 12 March, 2019
Top: Associate Professor Helen Abud and Professor Jose Polo. Bottom: Dr Thierry Jarde and Dr Anja Knaupp.

At the frontier of tomorrow's medicine

Stem Cells Australia (SCA) has produced videos of eight Australian labs heads who are using stem cells in their research, showcasing the important discoveries that are being made in the lab.

In the Press 7 March, 2019
Dr Justin Adams.

The dingo is a true-blue, native Australian species

Monash BDI's Dr Justin Adams has co-authored an article in The Conversation demonstrating that dingoes are distinct from other wild canids and domestic dogs, based on many different criteria.

In the Press 7 March, 2019
Professor Jose Pole

Mogrify to transform cell therapy

A spin-off company, co-founded by Monash BDI's Professor Jose Polo, promises to develop lifesaving cell therapies with additional seed funding from some of the UK’s major investors.

In the Press 6 March, 2019
Monash BDI's Professor Steve Turner.

Revealed: how the ‘Iron Man’ of immune cells helps T cells fight infection

A study led by Monash BDI's Professor Steve Turner has revealed mechanisms by which helper T cells are able to provide support to killer T cells that fight off viral infections.

In the Press 21 February, 2019