Premier’s Award for Kathryn Connelly
Our very own Dr Kathryn Connelly won the 2023 Victorian Premier’s Award. In association with the Australian Society for Medical Research, the Premier’s Award celebrates exceptional research and Kathryn’s PhD work has earned her
Future GPs get a taste of Goldfields lifestyle
Over thirty medical students and junior doctors recently experienced life as a goldfields GP last month for the third annual Central Victorian GP Jaunt.
Inspiring rural healthcare leader reflects on rewards of nursing career
With a career spanning over thirty years in public health - from the emergency department to teaching the next generation of nurses and finally leading a regional health service - Louise Sparkes is proof of the breadth of places a nursing degree can
International Nurses Day: Our Nurses, Our Future
For International Nurses Day, held each year on the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth on May 12, hear directly from our nursing students and academics.
Heart Week 2023: hear from our heart health experts
Heart Week is Australia’s national heart health awareness campaign. To mark the week, we asked our heart researchers questions on the topic of heart health.
Making hot water bottles redundant
Monash Honours student, Natasha Borash, has been awarded a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours) Prize for her research on finding a protein biomarker that is sensitive and specific for Endometriosis.
Doctor What? Doctor Where? podcast looks at Why I Chose A Rural Internship
The fourteenth episode of the Doctor What? Doctor Where? Stories of Rural Medicine podcast - Why I Chose A Rural Internship - is now available.
Advance care planning research shows rural Victorians have double the odds of having a plan in place
New research undertaken by researchers from Monash Rural Health shows that only 2.9% of Victorian acute hospital inpatients had an advance care directive on their hospital record.
Near-universal T cell immunity towards a broad range of bacteria
Typically, T cells of the immune system respond to a specific feature (antigen) of a microbe, thereby generating protective immunity. As reported in the journal Immunity, an international team of scientists have discovered an exception to this rule.