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David Curtis

Monash rare disease drug trial gets $1.5 million boost

Monash University researchers will start a national clinical trial into a new treatment for a life-threatening complication that follows bone marrow transplant, thanks to a $1.5 million federal government grant.

Clinical Sciences 14 February, 2018
Andrew Wei

Monash researchers to run world-first leukaemia “platform” trial

A national clinical trial program led by Monash University researchers testing drugs that may help patients with an aggressive form of leukaemia receives a federal government grant of more than $1.5million.

Clinical Sciences 14 February, 2018

Competitive grant will support bone and muscle health research

Senior Research Fellow Dr David Scott from the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health has been awarded a Rebecca L. Cooper Medical Research Foundation Project Grant to support his research into sarcopenia.

Clinical Sciences 13 February, 2018
Dominique Cadilhac

Monash researchers making their mark in stroke

Monash University researchers are paving the way in stroke innovation after being awarded $100,000 in Stroke Foundation seed grants.

Clinical Sciences 13 February, 2018
Yahya Shehabi

Monash leads largest ever randomised controlled trial on ICU sedation

The largest RCT on ICU sedation study, led by Monash University, recruited its 4000th and final patient this week.

Clinical Sciences 13 February, 2018
Paul Cashin

Monash surgeon, researcher and lecturer receives academic promotion

Monash Health surgeon Mr Paul Cashin has been recognised for his research and clinical activities, receiving a Monash University academic promotion last month.

Clinical Sciences 13 February, 2018
Edmond Kwan

Monash PhD candidate recognised for practice-changing research into prostate cancer

Monash University PhD candidate Dr Edmond Kwan is the recipient of the prestigious Conquer Cancer Foundation Merit Award in recognition of his research into prostate cancer.

Clinical Sciences 13 February, 2018
Xianwei Che

Holding hands a way to ease pain, study finds

A Monash University study demonstrates that holding hands – a simple gesture, can have an analgesic effect on stress and pain, supporting the role of social connections in managing pain in clinical settings.

Clinical Sciences 6 February, 2018