Central Clinical School News
Pioneering technology and techniques for rapid and sensitive molecular imaging are winning international awards for Australian Centre for Blood Disease researchers.
Monash University has been awarded one million dollars from the MRFF to improve access to rehabilitation treatments for people living with dementia in the community.
Researchers led by Professor Patrick Kwan have been funded $3.8 million in the current MRFF grant round to develop a new class of drug compounds to counter drug-resistant epilepsy.
The Hon Ged Kearney, the Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care, today attended Monash University labs in the Burnet Institute to announce funding of $6.3 million from the Medical Research Future Fund into the study of COVID-19 vaccines and
The United Nations says we’re still almost 300 years away from closing the gender gap, but new research by Monash University’s Michaela Guthridge, Dr Melita Giummarra, Dr Tania Penovic and Dr Maggie Kirkman shows men’s
Dr Emily Edwards, an immunologist specialising in Primary Immunodeficiencies, has been funded to measure the levels and protective capacity of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in Australian Ig products, and in PID patient plasma after COVID-19 vaccination.
Time to treatment after stroke is criticallly important to reduce the chance of brain damage. A 'proof-of-concept' study has developed a technique to distinguish between two main types of stroke which will enable more effective
A paper reviewing the merits of telerehabilitation for Chronic Respiratory Disease has won one of the six Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Faculty Early Career Researcher Publication Prizes 2022