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Terry O'Brien

Monash professor urges action on epilepsy drugs

The Australian Government’s PBS urgently needs to update prescribing rules governing the use of anti-epileptic drugs that are putting unborn children and doctors at risk, the head of Monash University’s Department of Neuroscience warns

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 15 August, 2019
Profess Suresh Sundram, Head of Department of Psychiatry, Monash University

Professor Suresh Sundram to lead education and research in mental health at Monash University and Monash Health

Monash University and Monash Health are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Suresh Sundram to the position of Head, Department of Psychiatry, Monash University School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health, and Director of Research,

Clinical Sciences - Monash Health 9 August, 2019
Vilija Jokubaitis

Neuroscience researcher a driving force in global women’s MS group

A Department of Neuroscience researcher has become part of the inaugural executive committee of the newly announced International Women in Multiple Sclerosis (iWiMS) network.

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 18 July, 2019
MS symptom

Study links loss of ‘white matter’ in brain to MS symptom

While treatments are becoming increasingly effective in countering many of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS), linking actual changes in the brain to its more elusive symptoms is vital to driving the development of therapies that can

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 18 July, 2019
L-R: Mr Bruno Marino and Associate Professor Andrew Cochrane, Ms Sally Hood, Professor Roger Evans, Dr Yugeesh Lankadeva and Professor Clive May.

Reducing the risk of kidney injury during open heart surgery

A research collaboration between Monash and the Florey Institute has found a promising way to reduce the risk that patients will develop life-threatening kidney injuries after open heart surgery, by increasing the delivery of

Biomedicine Discovery Institute 18 June, 2019
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
Monash University news

Rare neurological case raises alerts for clinicians

When a man in his late fifties was referred to neurologist Professor Owen White in August 2016 with double vision, facial weakness and an unsteady gait, it appeared he had suffered something akin to a stroke. The reality was even more sinister. Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 23 May, 2019

Depression

Could magnetic pulses help beat teen depression?

A study showing that repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) reduced depression and anxiety in young people has pointed to factors suggesting who would be most likely to benefit from the treatment.

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 4 April, 2019
MS

Study investigates MS medication use in pregnant women

The number of people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) has steadily increased over the past 50 years with women three times more likely to develop MS than men, resulting in a greater number of women of childbearing age presenting to neurologists in

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 21 March, 2019