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Former Monash BDI PhD student, Dr Jaber Firas.

Tissue conversion research honoured by Vice-Chancellor award

A former Monash BDI student has won a coveted Vice-Chancellor’s Commendation for thesis excellence – one of only five commendations awarded each year across the whole university. Dr Jaber Firas found out last month that he had been

Biomedicine Discovery Institute 21 May, 2019
L-R: Imaging CoE PhD students Holly Ung and Blake Mazzitelli.

Students gain international research experience

Blake Mazzitelli, a PhD student from the Whisstock lab at the Monash BDI, has recently returned home after a three-month research placement at Fraunhofer IZI-BB in Potsdam, Germany. Along with fellow Centre for Advanced Molecular Imaging student,

Biomedicine Discovery Institute 21 May, 2019

Celebrating International Clinical Trials Day in the best way possible

Every May 20th marks International Clinical Trials Day, and our School had an opportunity to celebrate in an extraordinary way this year; two of our major clinical trials were recognised with awards from the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 21 May, 2019
Henry Ma

New findings to change the way stroke is treated

Associate Professor Henry Ma, Head of Stroke in the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health, and Director of Neurology and Head of the Stroke Unit at Monash Health, is part of a team of Melbourne researchers who have found the time to treat

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 20 May, 2019
Dominique Cadilhac

Professor Dominique Cadilhac wins Stroke Foundation's President's Achievement Award

Congratulations to Professor Dominique Cadilhac who has won the President's Achievement Award at the Stroke Foundation's 2019 Stroke Awards.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 20 May, 2019

Women’s memory stimulated by educational, employment opportunities

Women in countries where there is higher educational participation can better recall and reconstruct significant memories in their lives – and outperform men in this area – new international research shows.

Turner Institute 20 May, 2019

Improved recovery outcomes for brain injury patients

Monash University researchers have found skills retraining in daily activities can improve outcomes in functional independence for brain injury patients in post-traumatic amnesia (PTA).

Turner Institute 20 May, 2019

Sleep apnoea linked to high rates of clinical depression and antidepressant use

Latest research from Monash University shows one in five people with sleep apnoea suffer from clinical depression and almost a quarter use antidepressants.

Turner Institute 20 May, 2019

Turner Institute announces successful multi-million dollar MRFF bid for Autism research

The Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health recently announced a successful bid for $2.5 million from the Australian Government’s Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF).

Turner Institute 17 May, 2019