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Large study shows beneficial role of testosterone for postmenopausal women

Professor Susan Davis, Head of the Women’s Health Research Program at the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, has led a team of researchers who have demonstrated that testosterone supplementation may significantly improve

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 26 July, 2019
Jayashri Kulkarni

Womens Minds Matter

Prof Jayashri Kulkarni has been honoured with a 4-metre high banner currently displayed outside the Malvern Town Hall.

Clinical Sciences - The Alfred 28 March, 2019

NHMRC grants support vital research

Research focused on improving treatment following heart attack, genetic testing for glaucoma causing blindness, and better treatments for skeletal disorders are just some of the 52 Monash University research projects to be recognised with major

Medicine 21 August, 2018

Monash Researchers Announced as Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences Fellows

The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS) have announced their newest Fellows, including four from Monash University, at the AAHMS Annual Conference in Brisbane. These are Professors John McNeil, Susan Davis, Jayashri Kulkarni

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 7 October, 2016
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FMNHS International Womens Day luncheon a great success

Over 80 staff and alumni took the opportunity to celebrate women in health and network with colleagues at this year’s International Women’s Day luncheon hosted by Professor Christina Mitchell, Aca...

Research 8 March, 2016
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Global toolkit to diagnose menopause

A free and simple toolkit for GPs could revolutionise menopause diagnosis and treatment.

Created at Monash University, the world’s first toolkit is designed for GPs to use with women from the age of 40. Thought to be the first of its

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 7 July, 2014

Scientists to investigate whether PCOS drugs change the way women think

A ground breaking study from Monash University, will analyse one of the most prescribed forms of treatment for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), to see if it changes the way in which women with PCOS think.

Research 8 April, 2014