Outstanding achievements celebrated at the 2021 Dean’s Awards for Excellence
Twenty-five Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences individuals and team recipients were recognised for their outstanding achievements in education, research, industry education programs, professional services, and doctoral thesis.
STEMM the flow: More work needed to support women in medical research
Since the implementation of the NHMRC Investigator Grants, analysis shows that men are consistently awarded at least 20% more funding than women, equating to $300 million in the first three years of the scheme.
Graduation rate of Indigenous medical students grows in Monash medical program
Indigenous medical students at Monash University are completing their studies at more than double the national rate, marking an important contribution to growing the Indigenous medical workforce.
Building the healthcare workforce of the future
The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (FMNHS) presented a virtual panel discussion event for career counsellors from top Victorian schools to hear directly from researchers and alumni. If you were unable to attend the virtual event
Webinar: The tools of Cooperation
Monash School of Medicine is proud to host the ‘Tools of Co-operation’ webinar as part of the Global Alliance of Medical Excellence (GAME) conference.
Webinar: Biodiscovery and Public Health
Monash School of Medicine is proud to host the ‘Biodiscovery and Public Health’ webinar as part of the Global Alliance of Medical Excellence (GAME) conference.
Webinar: Pandemics and Global Inequity
Monash School of Medicine is proud to host the ‘Pandemics and Global Inequity’ webinar as part of the Global Alliance of Medical Excellence (GAME) conference.
Congratulations to our 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours Recipients
Congratulations to our Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences colleagues, alumni, friends and supporters who have been recognised with a Queen’s Birthday Honour this year.
Monash, BiVACOR-led consortium to develop and commercialise world-first durable total artificial heart
A national consortium of universities, hospitals and industry, led by Monash University and BiVACOR, have received $1 million from the MRFF, to develop and commercialise a world-first durable Total Artificial Heart.