In response to popular demand, the MUDRI Annual Community Forum returned for its 6th showcasing event to address community needs and help drive resilience strengthening activities.
New data compiled by MUARC has shed light on which sports are most likely to send participants to hospital.
A landmark study aimed at reducing heavy vehicle crashes in Australia and improving truck driver well-being has been launched today, featuring the roll-out of world-leading fatigue prevention and driver monitoring technology.
Dr Tim Lathlean says he is ready to translate research into practice after successfully graduating from the MUARC PhD program in December 2017.
MUARC is proud to report that it has been awarded the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Sustained Excellence in Research Impact and Enterprise. The announcement was made at a special event hosted by the Monash University Vice-Chancellor.
MUARC has completed a Naturalistic Driving Study (NDS) using innovative in-car recording equipment to monitor 42 Melbourne-based families for two weeks.
Road trauma in Australia and New Zealand could be significantly reduced by the adoption of rapidly developing technologies that change the way drivers use vehicles, new research published by Austroads has found.
Confronting research about children exposed to domestic homicide has been released by MUARC.
Dr David Logan, Senior Research Fellow at MUARC collaborated on the campaign with the artist and surgeon giving the researchers perspective to the impact of road trauma.