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Dr Eliana Marino.

Gut microbiome and diabetes

An article written by the Monash BDI's Dr Eliana Marino featured in Diabetes Management Journal. In this article, Dr Marino explained the relationship between the gut microbiome and diabetes, highlighting preclinical research that has explored

In the Press 19 December, 2019
Professor Jose Polo

Mogrify wins Innovation Award

Cell Mogrify, a UK-based company that Monash BDI's Professor Jose Polo co-founded, won the MSD Innovation Award at the Pharma Intelligence Scrip Awards 2019

In the Press 19 December, 2019
Professor Roger Pocock

Ancient worm reveals way to destroy toxic proteins in Huntington’s disease

Research led by the Monash BDI's Associate Professor Roger Pocock has identified a highly conserved mechanism in worms and humans that controls the removal of toxic protein aggregates, hallmarks of neurodegenerative diseases.

In the Press 13 December, 2019
Monash receives largest share of federal medical research funding

Monash receives largest share of federal medical research funding

Researchers from the Monash BDI received more than $15 million in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding.

In the Press 13 December, 2019
Michael Lazarou

Michael Lazarou: Building a body of research

The Monash BDI's Dr Michael Lazarou was recently highlighted in the Journal of Cell Biology.

In the Press 11 December, 2019
Associate Professor Vijaykrishna Dhanasekaran.

Flu season impacts hogs, producers

It’s the season to get your flu shot, and pork producers are encouraged to make sure and get their vaccinations to protect people and their pigs.

In the Press 11 December, 2019
Podcast Art

Raising awareness for prostate cancer research

Professor Dena Lyras, Deputy Director of the Monash BDI, and Dr Mitchell Lawrence from the Risbridger lab, recently appeared on the MTPConnect podcast.

In the Press 11 December, 2019
Greg Moseley

Improved rabies vaccine could be better and cheaper

Tweaking the rabies vaccine to spur the body into mounting a stronger immune response could lead to faster, more effective and cheaper treatments, according to a new University in Pennsylvania study published in PLoS Neglected Tropical

In the Press 11 December, 2019
Professor Jose Polo

Cells study helping to crack the code to Alzheimer’s disease

A study led by the Monash BDI's Professor Jose Polo has opened up new hope for diagnosing and treating Alzheimer’s disease. Various genes have been implicated in the changes that happen in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.

In the Press 11 December, 2019