News & events
Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) PhD students compete annually in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, hoping ultimately to represent Monash University at the Asia-Pacific Final.
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
Malaria kills around 400,000 people every year, with the vast majority of deaths occurring in children aged under five from the world’s most vulnerable societies.
A new program to train Mildura-based doctors and medical students in ophthalmology, taught by a Monash alumnus, may serve to improve the eye health of local children who are currently 2.5 times as likely to be admitted to hospital for eye diseases
Powerful MRI imaging reveals association in patients with Multiple Sclerosis between gait impairment and nerve cell loss in the brain.
Congratulations to our Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences colleagues, alumni, friends and supporters who have been recognised with a Queen’s Birthday Honour this year.
In a critical step towards addressing an urgent unmet medical need due to infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria - also known as ‘superbugs’ - a new antibiotic (QPX9003) discovered by Monash University researchers has entered
Director of Monash BDI, Professor John Carroll, named to mRNA Victoria Advisory Group along with other leading experts