Clinical Trials & Reports
Carnosine and prediabetes/ type 2 diabetes study:
We are investigating the effect of Carnosine, an over-the-counter food supplement, in improving type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cognitive function. If you are aged between 18-70 years and have pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes (diet controlled or on Metformin), you might be eligible for this study. You must be a non-smoker and not be taking any regular supplements or medications for any medical condition (other than Metformin). This study involves 3 to 5 visits over a period of approximately 4 months. You will receive a $100 visa gift card as token of appreciation.
Carnosine and cardiometabolic risk study:
We are investigating the effect of Carnosine, an over-the-counter food supplement, in preventing type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cognitive function in high risk groups. If you are aged between 18-60 years and have a BMI over 25, you might be eligible for this study. You must be a non-smoker and not be taking any supplements or medications for any medical condition. This study involves 6 to 7 visits over a period of 4 months. You will receive a $300 visa gift card as token of appreciation.
Early Menopause Study *Volunteers Required*
Early menopause (menopause before age 45 years) or premature menopause/ premature ovarian insufficiency (menopause before 40 years), affecting up to 10% of women, can occur spontaneously or as a result of medical treatment. Early/ premature menopause can have a significant impact on women’s physical and emotional health. We are conducting research into the experiences, understanding and health needs of women and their health professionals related to early/ premature menopause in order to improve healthcare for women with early/ premature menopause. We are inviting women and health professionals to take part in our anonymous online surveys to assist us with this research.
Invitation to Participation In An Exciting An Exciting New Research Project
Do you have early or premature menopause (menopause before age 45 or 40 yearst or POI (premature/ primary ovarian insufficiency), whether spontaneous or following medical treatment (e.g. chemotherapy, radiotherapy or surgical removal of the ovaries)? Are you 20-45 years of age? Do you live in Victoria? Then we would love to hear from you!
Research Invitation - Help Further The Knowledge In Osteoporosis Management In Premature Menopause
Do you have early or premature menopause (menopause before age 40 years) or POI (premature/ primary ovarian insufficiency), whether spontaneous or following medical treatment (e.g. chemotherapy, radiotherapy or surgical removal of the ovaries)? Are you >20? Then we would love to hear from you!
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use in Young Menopausal Women
Are you under 45 and have undergone menopause? We want to understand the use of complementary medications in menopausal women under the age of 45 and whether or not it improves symptoms. We are looking for all menopausal women under 45 regardless of whether you do or don’t use complementary medications at this time.
Women's Cardiometabolic Bone Health Study *Volunteers Required*
We are conducting a research to find out more about cardiovascular and bone health in these women. Participation involves a half to one day visit to Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI) and Monash Medical Centre.
Indigenous Womens Health Yarning Place
The Women’s Health Yarning Place has been developed by Edith Cowan University’s Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet in partnership with the Monash Centre for Health Research and Innovation (MCHRI), Monash University supported by funding from the Potter Foundation.
PCOS Volunteers Wanted
Researchers at Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI) are looking at developing a Question Prompt List for PCOD to Help women and health professionals communicate more effectively with each other.
HeLp-her Stakeholders, Summary report
The HeLP-her Rural project commenced in 2012, was funded by the Australian NHMRC and aimed to prevent excess weight gain in young women living in rural Victorian communities. The purpose of the study was to deliver a simple self-management healthy lifestyle program to determine if it is useful, acceptable and effective in preventing weight gain in women. This summary sheet was created to inform you about the project progress and results.