Talking food and climate - how sustainable is your diet?
The way we produce food and the way we eat affects more than just our health, it also has a significant impact on our planet and climate. Decisions made at each step of the food supply chain, from paddock to plate, present opportunities to protect
Trailblazing women immunologists of Australia and New Zealand
Dr Jess Borger, Catriona Nguyen-Robertson and Dr James Harris, have published an essay on trailblazing women immunologists of Australia and New Zealand.
Fetal lung development research recognised with Mollie Holman Medal for Doctoral Thesis Excellence
Congratulations to Dr Aidan Kashyap on receiving the Mollie Holman Medal for his research on congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH).
Standard IVF is fine for most people. So why are so many offered an expensive sperm injection they don’t need?
An expensive IVF technique, routinely offered in fertility clinics around the world, offers no extra benefits to standard IVF in the vast majority of cases, our new research shows.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Kilkenny on being selected as a finalist in 2021 Stroke Awards
Stroke Foundation is thrilled to announce the finalists for this year’s national Stroke Awards. This includes Monash University’s Associate Professor Monique Kilkenny, who is in the running for the President's Award.
Self-reported mood disorders - a population level indicator of anxiety or depression following stroke
Monash research provides evidence that a single question on self-reported anxiety or depression has value as a population level indicator of anxiety or depression following stroke.
Cancer Council Victoria fellowship to help Monash prostate cancer research
Congratulations to Dr Edmond Kwan on receiving a Cancer Council Victoria Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to continue his research aimed at improving longevity and quality of life for patients with prostate cancer.
Avant Doctor in Training scholarship for fetal surveillance research
Congratulations to Dr Vinayak Smith on receiving the Avant Doctor in Training Full Time Scholarship for his research on medically prescribed outpatient fetal heart rate monitoring (FHR).