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Martelotto Luciano

Monash researcher sheds light on therapy resistance in cancer

Collaborative research including Monash University has uncovered the principles behind why some tumours may become resistant to targeted therapies, paving the way for new and more effective cancer treatments.

Clinical Sciences

Monash University State of the Art Simulation Facility to Train Students for Pediatric Emergencies

A new world-class facility at Monash Children’s Hospital is preparing the next generation of paediatricians and paediatric surgeons to predict, prevent and manage emergencies in a busy hospital environment.

Clinical Sciences

Monash University collaboration to improve stroke care in India

Monash University researchers are members of an international collaboration seeking to improve outcomes for patients with stroke in India.

Clinical Sciences

World’s Largest Study of How Exercise and Healthy Diet Interventions in Pregnancy Improve Health of Mothers and Babies

Globally – half of all women of childbearing age are overweight or obese and women generally are gaining excess weight in pregnancy. This excess weight gain is putting women at greater risk of complications.

Nursing and Midwifery

MNHS 3MT final showcases high impact of graduate research

From building super grannies to using seaweed to reduce chronic disease risks, the Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Three Minute Thesis (3MT) final showcased the incredible calibre of graduate research within our Faculty. Ten finalists, who had

Research
Associate Professor Max Cryle

Antibiotic insight may help in battle against bacterial resistance

Monash BDI researchers, as part of an international collaboration, have identified a key part of the process by which a common clinical antibiotic is formed – a finding that could potentially pave the way for novel compounds to tackle the problem

Biomedicine Discovery Institute

Empowering women to break boundaries - Aira Abarra

It is refreshing to see someone go against the grain of society to follow their passion. Remarkable is the first word that comes to mind when describing Aira. Whilst currently completing her studies in nursing and midwifery, Aira is also competing

Education

How you can help protect yourself from one of australia's biggest killers

Do you have a family history of heart disease? Would you like to know how to reduce your risk of this potentially deadly disease? One of Australia’s leading medical research organisations, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, is calling on people

Research