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Queen's birthday honour roll

Congratulations to Central Clinical School staff awarded Queen's Birthday Honours!

Central Clinical School had a number of staff awarded Queen's Birthday Honours over the long weekend. We're exceedingly proud of them and the service they've provided to the School and the community through their research, clinical practice and

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 13 June, 2019

Clot-busting drug may affect stroke patients’ immune system: study

A study by Monash University’s Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD) into a drug commonly used to remove blot clots in stroke suggests it may weaken the immune system.

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 13 June, 2019
Dr Anja Greule and Associate Professor Max Cryle.

Study shines light on mysteries of ‘unusual’ antibiotic

A study led by Monash BDI's Associate Professor Max Cryle has provided new insights into GPA biosynthesis, which its authors say will have great value in redesigning the biosynthetic pathways that underpin the production of these important

Biomedicine Discovery Institute 13 June, 2019
Michael Hickey

Centre for Inflammatory Diseases appoints new director

Congratulations to Professor Michael Hickey on his appointment as Director of the Monash University Centre for Inflammatory Diseases (CID).

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 12 June, 2019
Sue Kleve

Middle income families struggling to put food on the table

Research by Dr Sue Kleve from the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food shows middle income families are struggling to put food on the table.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 12 June, 2019
Simon Craig

Dr Simon Craig awarded $5 million in MRFF Million Minds Mission Grant

Congratulations to Dr Simon Craig who has received five million dollars in funding in the recent Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Million Minds Mission grant opportunity, announced last week by the Minister for Health, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP. Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 12 June, 2019

Ming Shen Tham, Brady Cress and Tabinda Hussain

Monash BDI 3MT final

Imagine finding yourself in the same elevator as Bill Gates or Elon Musk. The businessman turns to you and, after discovering that you are a scientist, asks “Why should I fund your research?” You have until the elevator reaches its

Biomedicine Discovery Institute 11 June, 2019
Attendees listening to the experts discuss intellectual property.

Understanding intellectual property

Australia has proven historically to have some of the most innovative minds in the world, and while we have one of the highest scientific publication rates per capita in the world, this does not translate to patenting rates. A solid understanding

Biomedicine Discovery Institute 11 June, 2019
Ayse Zengin

Dr Ayse Zengin - championing for gender equity in STEM

Dr Ayse Zengin hopes that one day gender equity can be achieved in STEM. So, when the Australian Academy of Science reached out asking for women in the STEM community to feature in their Women in STEM Decadal Plan, Ayse was only too happy to

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 10 June, 2019