News & events
Almost 50,000 Australian women have had their breast devices registered, mostly in the past five years, to help facilitate faster notification of safety issues with the devices, leading to improved health outcomes.
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,
Two arthritis treatments, the immunosuppressive drugs tocilizumab and sarilumab, have been found to have a significant impact on the survival rate of critically ill COVID-19 patients, with mortality reduced by 8.5 per cent.
The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash University and the Professor Joe Aged Care Advocacy Group have made a submission to the United Nations Independent Expert on the enjoyment of all human rights by older persons.
Read this reflection written by MNHS alumnus Professor Samuel Menahem, acknowledging the valuable and enduring contribution and impact of teachers and mentors (including Monash’s Foundation Professor of Paediatrics), and explaining how these
Peter Fransquet came to his PhD following undergraduate study in biotechnology and biomedicine. He completed an honours project under the supervision of our Head of Biological Neuropsychiatry and Dementia, A/Prof Joanne Ryan.
Translational Oncology researcher Dr Gwo-Yaw Ho’s research on aggressive ovarian cancer has been recognised at the 2021 Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG) Annual Scientific Meeting.
Congratulations to Penny Whiley on receiving the prestigious lecture prize at the International Congress of Andrology.