ASPIRE award to support blood cancer research
Monash University’s Associate Professor Ross Dickins has been awarded a USD $232,000 (approximately $325,000 AUD) ASPIRE Award to support his research into preventing relapse following acute myeloid leukemia (AML) therapy.
An innovative grant for an innovative approach to prevent postpartum haemorrhage
Congratulations to Dr Wentao Li who has received the Norman Beischer Innovation Grant of $49,366.
Physiotherapy at fifteen
When Monash’s physiotherapy course began in 2006, there was no other program like it. The course was part of a new allied health precinct set up by the University on the picturesque Mornington Peninsula, an hour’s drive from Melbourne.
Researchers discover a potential new therapeutic pathway to clear chronic viral infections
Chronic infectious diseases have a devastating effect on global health. When someone is suffering from a chronic viral infection such as HIV or hepatitis C, their B cells get altered resulting in low-quality antibodies that are not strong enough to
How T Cells recognise infection or disease
Monash University researchers have expanded their knowledge of how T cells might recognise infections or disease, providing key insight into how an often-overlooked T cell lineage becomes activated when encountering pathogens such as viruses,
Donation of anatomy 3D prints to Low Middle Income Countries
Following on from Professor McMenamin’s work in Liberia in late 2015, the Monash Anatomy 3D Printing lab within the Centre for Human Anatomy Education (CHAE) continues to look at ways to assist Low Middle Income Countries (LMICs) in anatomy
Professor Eric Morand inducted into Monash Honour Roll
Professor Eric Morand’s achievements have been recognised for his outstanding commitment to the University with an induction into the Monash Honour Roll 2021.
Professor Megan Galbally appointed as new Professor and Director of the Centre for Women’s and Children’s Mental Health
Monash University is proud to announce the joint appointment, commencing 17 January 2022, of Professor Megan Galbally as Professor and Director of the Centre for Women’s and Children’s Mental Health at Monash University’s School of