The long-term consequences of sport concussions
Australian football is the most popular collision sport in Australia – with an average of 6-7 concussions occurring every 1000 match hours across amateur and professional leagues. Despite this high incidence of mild traumatic brain injury,
New Graduate Courses for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences to boost COVID-19 recovery
We are very excited to announce that we have four new Graduate Certificate courses that have been awarded Commonwealth Supported Places (CSPs) as part of the federal government’s Job-Ready Package.
People infected with the COVID-19 virus acquire immune memory for protection against reinfection
According to the World Health Organisation, infectious diseases kill more than 17 million people globally every year, and are the leading cause of death in low-income countries.
Worried about the vaccine? Don’t be – we will be well protected
As we start the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines this month, questions raised over whether the two that are the pillars of the initial program, from AstraZeneca and Pfizer, are the right ones – compared with the vaccines in use in other
Discovery for turning on cell repair in tissues and organs
Monash University researchers have uncovered the barrier to β-cell (beta cell) regeneration that could pave the way for improved treatments for diabetes and diseases that involve organ and tissue damage.
Prof Orla Morrissey wins WHO funding for antifungal stewardship
There is a critical need for the development of new fungal diagnostics and antifungal agents, as global access to the currently available antifungal agents and effective diagnostics is patchy at best and often unavailable where needed most.
Working towards gender equity: Where we are up to for women in science
Reflections on women in science: how far we've come, how far we've got to go.
Australia Day Honours and Awards 2021
Once again, the talent in our Faculty has not gone unnoticed on Australia Day.