Congratulations to our Health and Medical Research Award finalists
Research Australia announces 2020-21 Annual Health and Medical Research Awards.
Reffing hell: Restrictions reign, but it’s a rocky road to zero COVID
As Australia grapples with another COVID crisis, we’re once again placed on high alert. What started as a breach from hotel quarantine in NSW has now spread to five other jurisdictions, with most places increasing their level of restrictions
More than $25m awarded to Monash researchers for vital medical research
Preventing deaths from cancer, therapies for traumatic brain injury, new models of rehabilitation for stroke and patients on ventilation, and improving quality use of medicines in residential aged care are among projects funded by the Medical
Changing the chatter on body image with the help of a chatbot called KIT
The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating impacts on people struggling with body image issues and eating disorders. A world-first chatbot has been launched in collaboration with the Butterfly Foundation to provide much-needed support to those who
Five female health researchers receive financial support to advance careers
Congratulations to the five female researchers from Monash Partners Academic Health Science Centre who were recently awarded an AHRA WHRTN Early and Mid-Career Researcher (EMCR) Funded Award.
Over $17m secured in clinical trials cohort studies grant scheme
Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences researchers have successfully secured $17,484,794 from the latest NHMRC Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies Grants.
Congratulations to new Head of Respiratory Medicine at Alfred, Professor Anne Holland
Professor Anne Holland, renowned for her work on non-pharmacological treatments for chronic lung disease, including novel models of pulmonary rehabilitation and the use of new technologies, has been appointed Head of Respiratory Research@Alfred.
Planetary health - what is it and why is it important?
There is no doubt that our planet and its climate are changing as a result of human actions. We're now faced with more extreme weather events, declining biodiversity, and increasing degradation and pollution of natural environments.
Brain injury from concussion in young football players causes long-term damage, Monash study finds
Monash researchers have published the first study to report long-term physical damage to the brains of young adult Australian rules players, even six months after their most recent concussion, raising concerns about the long term neurological health