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Profess Suresh Sundram, Head of Department of Psychiatry, Monash University

Monash schizophrenia research receives donation from One-in-five

Congratulations to Professor Suresh Sundram on receiving a donation of $30,800 from One-in-five, an organisation supporting medical research in mental illness.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 16 July, 2020
Fabrizzio Horta

Ferring grant helps identify the factors involved in natural conception of infertile couples

Congratulations to Dr Fabrizzio Horta on receiveing the Ferring COVID-19 Investigational Grant in Reproductive Medicine and Maternal Health.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 16 July, 2020
Monash news

Resources needed for gestational diabetes in South Asian women

Culturally appropriate resources are required to assist with recommended lifestyle modifications to reduce risks for future development of gestational diabetes or type 2 diabetes in Australia’s South Asian communities.

Primary and Allied Health Care 15 July, 2020
Ben Amberg, PhD student at Hudson Institute of Medical Research and School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health

Ben Amberg wins Faculty Three Minute Thesis Final

From equitable access to health services in regional areas to new treatments for brain injuries, the 2020 Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Three Minute Thesis (3MT) final showcased the high calibre of graduate research being done within the

Research 14 July, 2020

Balance Intensity Scale ~ Objectively measuring balance exercise intensity

A new website has been launched to support the promotion of the Balance Intensity Scale (BIS).

Primary and Allied Health Care 14 July, 2020
face masks

COVID-19: Face masks are no silver bullet, but they're important

As rates of COVID-19 community transmission in Victoria increase, so too does the importance of wearing masks, but they're not the silver bullet in the fight against the disease's spread.

Lens 14 July, 2020

Emus clinch US grant for Monash PhD student

A Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute PhD student has won a grant to conduct novel research using emus that aims to solve the question of what determines whether a bird is hatched male or female. Understanding avian sex determination could

Biomedicine Discovery Institute 13 July, 2020

Student helps develop palliative care tools

Madeleine Tickle’s scholarly intensive placement coordinator was a little concerned that she was neglecting her project and spending too much time getting clinical experience.

Rural Health 9 July, 2020

Anaesthetics audit gives student experience in pain medicine

At the end of her scholarly intensive placement, final year medical student Amy Dai, stood before the entire anaesthetics department at Bendigo Health and presented the results of her audit.

Rural Health 9 July, 2020