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The Department of Diabetes is the first – and only – university department in Australia solely dedicated to diabetes research and its complications including kidney disease, heart disease and blindness. We're part of the Central Clinical School.
Our team of more than 50 scientists are focused on turning our discoveries into innovative treatments, early diagnosis and improved patient outcomes.
Tackle Australia's fastest growing chronic disease. We offer research projects and undergraduate units that will equip you with the specialised knowledge you need.
Professor Mark Cooper describes how his department's research is developing new ways of combating complications from diabetes.
Browse our student research projects. Start your research journey with Monash University’s largest research Faculty.
Associate Professor Melinda Coughlan explains how a diet high in processed food leads to chronic inflammation.
Support our innovative research aimed at developing and delivering new treatments for diabetes and related illnesses.
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