International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.
Read about some of our amazing Monash women:
The director of Monash University’s mechatronics program, chief investigator at the University’s Biomechatronics, Robotics and Automated Systems laboratory, and inventor of a series of non-invasive robots that can kill cancer cells via soundwaves, Professor Chauhan grew up in India enchanted by her father’s inventions and determined to try such things for herself.Learn more
As the manager of an advanced electron microscope, Associate Professor Laure Bourgeois gets to see all sorts of fascinating things. She works at Monash University’s Centre for Electron Microscopy, where she has found a career that allows her to continue her research into materials science while satisfying her artistic impulses, exploring the intricate splendour of the natural world.Learn more
Cordelia leads the Monash Advanced Particle Engineering Laboratory (MAPEL), conducting interdisciplinary research with the Departments of Immunology and Microbiology on the design and delivery of nanoparticle vaccines. She leads the Biotechnology and Food Engineering group with an innovative capability for functional particle assembly via microfluidic spray drying, as well as in dairy-related research.Learn more