High quality student assessment to be advanced under new grant
New Monash-Warwick Alliance funding will underpin research led by our Medical Education Research and Quality (MERQ) team, who will advance practice around the use of assessment in public health education.
B cell immunotherapy for hay fever and thunderstorm asthma
Monash researchers have shown that one type of immunotherapy against grass pollen allergy can protect against thunderstorm asthma and can protect against hay fever during the pollen season.
Doctor What? Doctor Where? podcast explores building a platform for early career research at DRIVERS
The tenth episode of the Doctor What? Doctor Where? Stories of Rural Medicine podcast - DRIVERS conference: building a platform for early career research - is now available.
Fixing Australia’s home-based aged care system
We know the system of home-based aged care isn’t working well – it lacks integration, is mostly labour-driven and susceptible to workforce challenges, and uses limited technology that could benefit older people and the staff working to
A spotlight on perinatal and child mental health
Congratulations to Professor Megan Galbally and her team who have been awarded the NHMRC Centre of Excellence and the NHMRC Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies grant.
Combating Endometriosis related pain with $100K
Congratulations to Dr Thomas Tapmeier who has been awarded a combined $100K from Therapeutic Innovation Australia (TIA) and the Monash Research Impact Fund (MRIF) to develop new antagonists against the Neuropeptide S Receptor 1 (NPSR1).
State Minister for Medical Research visits the Turner Institute
This week (Tuesday), the Victorian Minister for Innovation, Medical Research and the Digital Economy, the Hon Jaala Pulford visited the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health to meet its researchers and learn first hand about their
Health Minister announces funding for life-saving heart/lung machine research
Research to identify patients who will benefit most from a life-saving machine that acts as the heart and lungs following organ failure has received a $1 million Federal Government funding boost.