Congratulations to Associate Professor Kilkenny on being selected as a finalist in 2021 Stroke Awards
Stroke Foundation is thrilled to announce the finalists for this year’s national Stroke Awards. This includes Monash University’s Associate Professor Monique Kilkenny, who is in the running for the President's Award.
Self-reported mood disorders - a population level indicator of anxiety or depression following stroke
Monash research provides evidence that a single question on self-reported anxiety or depression has value as a population level indicator of anxiety or depression following stroke.
Monash study of cardiac arrests at schools and universities highlights the importance of available and findable public access defibrillators
A Monash University study of cardiac arrests on university campuses and primary and secondary schools has highlighted the need for more publicly available and – importantly – findable – defibrillators.
Alumna, Dr Darshini Ayton shares her lessons with MNHS 2020 Graduates
Congratulations everyone. This evening is an opportunity to celebrate your achievement, supported by your family and friends and your peers. We are all proud of you – you finished your studies and graduated in the year of corona.
Portable pocket-sized device puts molecular testing at your fingertips
Monash University researchers have developed a small, pocket-sized device that can perform molecular testing within minutes.
Why processed foods trigger chronic kidney disease: Study
A recent study led by Monash University diabetes researchers has shown that a diet high in processed foods brings on leaky gut syndrome, which in turn increases the risk of kidney disease. They've also shown the damage can be reversed by diet.
New UCAT centre in Gippsland improves medical entrance exam access for aspiring doctors
Gippsland secondary school students wanting to study medicine now have the option of sitting the crucial University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) locally rather than traveling to Melbourne, thanks to a partnership between the Monash University
Dr Gemma Sharp receives prestigious APS "Rising Star" award
Dr Gemma Sharp wins prestigious international Association for Psychological Science (APS) Rising Star Award, only one of five Australians and the only Monash University researcher to be recognised in this year's award.