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Improved Physician Communication For Cancer Patients

New research led by Monash University highlights best practice for communication between physicians and cancer patients.

Nursing and Midwifery 26 July, 2019
Sam Cooper

Medicine graduate Sam Cooper helping to improve the lives of resettled refugees

Being able to make a small yet positive impact to those he encounters is what graduate, Sam Cooper, hopes a career in medicine will bring.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 15 July, 2019
Monash University news

Making their mark on International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day, and we’re proud of invaluable contribution made by the many women who work within our School. So today, we’re celebrating by sharing some profiles and reflections from a selection of them.

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 8 March, 2019
Helmut Butzkueven

Monash academic in push for better global MS care

A Monash University academic neurologist has joined forces with other global experts in multiple sclerosis (MS) research and treatment to create – for the first time – a consensus for measurable standards of MS care.

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 15 November, 2018
ICU team

Cabrini grants spawn research papers by Monash medical students

A successful research grant program for Monash University medical students expanded last year by the new Clinical Dean at Cabrini Health, Associate Professor David Brewster, is bearing fruit with the first batch of papers coming on line.

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 15 November, 2018
Thunderstorm asthma

Study showing hayfever tablet stops thunderstorm asthma packs a punch

Trials conducted by Monash University scientists have shown that a tablet dissolved under the tongue – sublingually – may help safeguard seasonal allergic rhinitis (spring hayfever) sufferers against the effects of thunderstorm asthma.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 28 June, 2018
Arun Azad

Monash-led clinical trial shows promise for prostate cancer patients

A world-first clinical trial aimed at improving immunotherapy responses in patients with advanced prostate cancer has started at the Monash HealthTranslation Precinct.

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 23 January, 2018
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 - Monash Health 23 May, 2017
Seb Dworkin

Ancient gene involved in spina bifida also plays a role in motor coordination and anxiety

Curiosity and a compelling hypothesis prompted clinician and haematology researcher, Associate Professor Stephen Ting, to revisit the subject matter of his PhD a decade later. The findings of his recent study into the transcription factors of an

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 27 April, 2017