Scientists unveil RNA-guided mechanisms driving cell fate
The early stages of embryonic development contain many of life’s mysteries. Unlocking these mysteries can help us better understand early development and birth defects, and help develop new regenerative medicine treatments.
World-first trial in a breast screening service targeting women’s low awareness of the link between alcohol and breast cancer
Monash University, Turning Point and the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth) have developed a successful alcohol intervention for women attending breast screening appointments, as part of a world-first trial.
Monash BDI students among most outstanding in Faculty awards
Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences’ celebrated their most outstanding 2022 students in their annual Student Awards Ceremony, held on Wednesday May 24 at the Alexander Theatre on the Clayton campus. An opportunity to recognise and
Reconciliation forum champions Indigenous doctors in training, and cultural safety in healthcare
For Reconciliation Week 2023, the Monash Rural Health’s North West Victorian Regional Training Hub hosted a forum with more than 50 local doctors, representatives from speciality training colleges and health services, the Australian Indigenous
Celebrating prize winners at our annual Student Awards Ceremony
Congratulations to 130 high performing students on their success in the 2022 academic year.
BioEYES open: How zebrafish capture budding scientists’ imaginations
On a recent weekday morning at the John Monash Science School, on Monash University’s Clayton campus, the Year 10s don their white lab coats, open their workbooks, and begin studying remarkable and very newly-hatched fish embryos through their
New Monash biotech company receives funding to halt the progression of Polycystic Kidney Disease
A new Monash biotech company called xCystence Bio has received funding to advance research to develop new therapeutics for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), a family of genetic diseases in which multiple large cysts form in the kidneys.
Doctor What? Doctor Where? podcast looks at Burnout, Work Life Balance and Self-Care in Rural Medicine
The sixteenth episode of the Doctor What? Doctor Where? Stories of Rural Medicine podcast - The Challenges of Burnout, Work Life Balance and Self-Care in Rural Medicine - is now available.