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Study specialist degrees from day one. Become one of Australia's most employable graduates.
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Our culture of collaboration between clinicians, researchers, government and industry enables us to work directly with you to develop creative solutions to your problems and challenges.
We have a growing network of over 43,000 alumni spanning more than 90 countries around the world.
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Spread across several Monash University campuses, the Faculty comprises 29 teaching and clinical centres, and six institutes.
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News and research highlights
Victorian Heart Hospital opens: First dedicated heart hospital in the Southern Hemisphere and new home of Monash cardiovascular research
Cardiovascular care, world-class research, and a significant healthcare network and workforce have combined in one place with the official opening of the Victorian Heart Hospital (VHH), home to the Monash Victorian Heart Institute (VHI), at Monash University, Clayton, held on Sunday 19 February.
Monash President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Margaret Gardner AC joined Victorian Premier the Hon Daniel Andrews, Minister for Health the Hon Mary-Anne Thomas, and Monash Health Chief Executive Professor Andrew Stripp to celebrate the opening of the 200-bed hospital. The first clinical services will commence from 23 February.
Scientists discover an enzyme that turns air into electricity, providing a new clean source of energy
Australian scientists have discovered an enzyme that converts air into energy. The finding, published today, in the top journal Nature, reveals that this enzyme uses the low amounts of hydrogen in the atmosphere to create an electrical current. This finding paves the way to create devices that make energy from thin air.
Breaking ground: Moderna’s big build begins
Construction work comes less than four months after Monash was selected as the site for the new facility that was first announced in March as part of a 10-year strategic partnership between Moderna and the Federal and Victorian governments.
Monash University Heads $15M Mitochondrial Donation Clinical Trial
Around 50 Australian children are born every year with devastating mitochondrial disease (mito), with an expected lifespan of only five years. Today, the Medical Research Future Fund announced $15 million in funding to an Australian first – and only the second in the world – clinical trial of mitochondrial donation.