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peter currie

Watching stem cells repair muscle in real time - Clues to ageing, disease and sports injury?

Scientists from Monash University’s Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute ARMI, have found the first real evidence into how muscles may be triggered to regenerate or heal when damaged  – in research that

Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute 23 May, 2016
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Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute Names New Director in Professor Peter Currie

The new Director of the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) at Monash University has been announced as Professor Peter Currie.

Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute 8 February, 2016
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Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences proactive in dealing with gender inequity

Women comprise more than half of science PhD graduates and early career researchers, but just 17 per cent of senior academics in Australian universities and research institutes.

Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences 4 February, 2016

Reprogramming human cells a breakthrough in disease treatment

New research led by a team of scientists from Monash and the University of Bristol has resulted in the development of a blueprint that will eventually allow clinicians to routinely turn cells in the h...

Biomedicine Discovery Institute 19 January, 2016
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New pathways may prevent blindness

Scientists have made a major new discovery  detailing how areas of the brain responsible for vision could potentially adapt  to injury or trauma and ultimately prevent blindness.

17 February, 2015
Nadia Rosenthal

Leader in regenerative medicine honoured

A prominent scientist from Monash University has been recognised for her pioneering work by the Academy of Medical Sciences in the UK.

Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute 13 May, 2014
Cardiac Fibroblasts

Boring cells could hold the key to heart disease

Fibroblasts, cells long thought to be boring and irrelevant, could offer an alternative to heart transplants for patients with heart disease.

Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute 24 April, 2014