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Cancer drug developer wins award for Monash-initiated protein research

Melbourne-based drug developer Cancer Therapeutics CRC (CTx) has received a sought-after award in recognition of its work on novel oncology drug candidates, based on early research conducted at Monash University.

Clinical Sciences
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Cancer drug developer wins award for Monash-initiated protein research

Melbourne-based drug developer Cancer Therapeutics CRC (CTx) has received a sought-after award in recognition of its work on novel oncology drug candidates, based on early research conducted at Monash University.

Clinical Sciences
Shimona Lai

Monash medical student’s research may change IVF practice

Monash medical student Ms Shimona Lai has been accepted to present her research into the safety of double embryo transfers at the prestigious European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) in Switzerland.

Clinical Sciences
Judi Porter

Monash researcher acknowledged for her outstanding contribution to the dietetic profession

Associate Professor Judi Porter from Monash University’s Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food has received an Outstanding Contribution Award from the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA).

Clinical Sciences
Allergy group

New peanut allergy treatment now in clinical trials

A new peanut allergy treatment developed by Monash researchers is now beginning clinical trials in Melbourne and Adelaide. If you would like to participate, see contact details at:

Clinical Sciences
Paul Myles

Congratulations to Professor Paul Myles on winning Clinical Trial of the Year!

Professor Paul Myles has won Clinical Trial of the Year, awarded by the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance.

Clinical Sciences
Saudi accident

International trauma program to reduce burden of injury

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia records approximately 526,000 road accidents per annum - 7,900 people die each year due to road trauma and over 40,000 people are injured every year. The death rate from road accidents, per head of population, is five

Clinical Sciences
Be'eri Niego

Monash findings raise hopes for better stroke treatment

Around the world, the race is on to find new ways to treat ischaemic (blood clot-derived) stroke. Some of these efforts are aimed at increasing the safety of the main treatment currently in use, the clot-busting enzyme tissue-type Plasminogen

Clinical Sciences