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Landmark international project yields new insights
New research shows the biological clock ticks for men too
Addressing the quality of mental health care
Our faculty comprises 10 schools, various centres and institutes, each with a unique purpose and focus. We are committed to making maximum impact through an ongoing pursuit of excellence and innovation.
Study specialist degrees from day one. Become one of Australia's most employable graduates.
We take a bench to bedside approach and are focused on achieving better outcomes for patients.
Our culture of collaboration between clinicians, researchers, government and industry enables us to work directly with you to develop creative solutions to your problems and challenges.
We have a growing network of over 43,000 alumni spanning more than 90 countries around the world.
Our faculty comprises 10 schools and more than 20 departments.
Spread across several Monash University campuses, the Faculty comprises 29 teaching and clinical centres, and six institutes.
Scientists have revealed the detailed genetic makeup of thousands of cancer samples, yielding new insights into the genes that drive the many and varied forms of the disease.
Young Australian women are experiencing sexually-related personal distress, with one in five having at least one female sexual dysfunction.
The nature of Aussie rules means players risk injuries to their hands and wrists serious enough to send them to the emergency department.
Coronavirus infections are grown and crossing geographic borders. But what are they? And should we be worried?
We're working with The Alfred to test an innovative new machine that could improve the symptoms of people with Parkinson's Disease, using gravity and movement.
Congratulations @cmurrupstewart & @aidankashyap on being named finalists for Premier’s Awards for Health and Medica… https://t.co/ylUQwnklNr
RT @MonashUni: The first semester is almost here! Are you ready? Get excited for Welcome Week with live music, free food, events and the bi…
RT @MonashWarwick: We are proud to announce the signing of a new rolling agreement for the Alliance between @MonashUni and @warwickuni as w…
How do we support women in STEMM? By showing up for each other.
We’re inviting all #MNHS alumni to join for the ‘… https://t.co/ydlWfbXrqB
Are you one of our next social media ambassadors?
We're looking for creative, enthusiastic, social media savvy students who are currently studying a degree within our Faculty.
Do you want to:
📱 gain new skills in social media and content creation?
📱 access Faculty events and connect with other health students?
📱 inspire future students and help build a positive online community?
We'd love to hear from you! Learn more about our social media program and apply now - link in bio ⬇️
Meet Jack, one of our fifth year medical students. Jack recently swapped the Australian summer for an American winter, with the opportunity to complete a clinical exchange at Harvard Medical School and the Boston Children's Hospital.
"I got to meet some amazing people, work with inspiring mentors and learn a lot about the complex US healthcare system."
Pssst! Check out the latest design for the Victorian Heart Hospital 👀🏥
It's Australia's first dedicated heart hospital and it's being built right here on our Clayton campus! When it's completed in 2022, the Victorian Heart Hospital will:
❤️ Deliver 2,150+ cardiac surgeries annually
❤️ Train 300+ undergrad and 260+ graduate students a year
❤️ Accommodate 206 beds
We’re proud to partner with the Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority, Monash Health, Monash Buildings and Property, Office of the Victorian Government Architect, John Wardle Architects, Conrad Gargett, Aspect Studios and John Holland to deliver this major development in health care!
Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science 👩🔬
We're proud to champions of women in STEMM (science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine) and strive for progressing gender equality.
Shoutout to all the women in science whose discoveries, developments and hard work help make a difference in health worldwide!