Structure of an Australian mosquito virus may hold key to the infectivity of global flavivirus pathogens
Latest research led by Australian scientists is a major step forward in the development of vaccines against flaviviruses, which infect more than 400 million people a year resulting in diseases such as dengue, yellow fever, West Nile, Zika and
New weapon in the fight against gastrointestinal disease in informal settlements
Monash University researchers have validated a way to successfully detect a diverse range of bacteria (pathogens) that cause diarrhoeal disease in informal settlements.
Fascination with stem cell sensation leads to Fulbright scholarship
Meg McFetridge was first inspired by mechanobiology in her honours’ year, watching stem cells on hydrogel surfaces.
Monash BDI scientists win Diabetes Australia awards in 100-year anniversary of insulin
Three Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) scientists have successfully gained research grants from Diabetes Australia to progress their innovative work into new therapies for diabetes and kidney disease.
Paediatric brain tumour immunotherapy research awarded Ideas Grant funding
Congratulations to Dr Pouya Faridi who was recently awarded an Ideas Grant in the 2020 round of the Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme.
Monash study may help boost peptide design
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.
New research leads to understanding of why mutations in a gene leads to mitochondrial disease
Monash University researchers have uncovered for the first time the reason mutations in a particular gene lead to mitochondrial disease.
Digital learning and medical professional identity – are they compatible?
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
Novel computational pipeline to conceptually change the paradigm of protein complex prediction and differential analysis using proteomic data
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