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Professor Brian Fildes will retire from MUARC at the end of the year after a tenure spanning more than three decades. However, he won't be entirely lost to the Centre, as he has gladly accepted a position as Emeritus Professor.
The Injury Atlas of Victoria has been revamped with new-and-improved features. VISU Research Officer, Dr Himalaya Singh, explains its value, how the concept came about and the new features of Version 2.0.
MUARC Adjunct Professor Peter Vulcan AM has been presented with the Institute of Transportation Engineers' "Contribution to the Transport Profession Award".
A large-scale MUARC study has revealed the major causes of serious injuries on Victorian roads.
A unique, exciting opportunity exists for an exceptionally talented candidate interested in undertaking a PhD at the Monash University Accident Research Centre. Apply now for the John Lane Memorial Scholarship.
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