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.
Breaking down contraception barriers to empower all women
One-third of Australian women experience an unintended pregnancy in their lifetime, with rates of unintended pregnancy higher among the socio-demographically disadvantaged, and those living in rural areas.
World first global study of heat-waves and mortality has some dire warnings
The first global study of heatwaves and mortality, led by Monash University, warns that – as these events increase in duration, frequency and intensity – significant numbers of lives will be claimed, and people are at greater risk
Global warming already responsible for one in three heat-related deaths
Professor Yuming Guo has collaborated with international colleagues on a major study which shows for the first time the actual contribution of man-made climate change in increasing mortality risks due to heat.
Outstanding students celebrated in annual Faculty Student Awards 2020
More than 100 students were recognised as part of the annual Faculty Students Awards for 2020.
Best evidence suggests antidepressants aren’t very effective in kids and teens. What can be done instead?
Even before COVID-19 lockdowns, school closures and strict social distancing, depression was on the rise in children and teenagers around the globe.
Clinical Trials acknowledged at Awards Ceremony
Congratulations to those who have worked to deliver the PEPTIC and REMAP-CAP trials over the years, both of which were acknowledged in the Australian Clinical Trials Association’s Trial of the Year Awards last night.
$1.6 million windfall for silicosis treatment and prevention research
A deadly and incurable lung disease afflicting Australian tradies could be prevented from progressing and successfully treated, following a multi-million federal funding boost to silicosis research.