News 2014

ArticleMonth
FIP recognises decades of outstanding service December
Monash and Takeda announce research partnership to tackle human gastrointestinal diseases December
Professional bodies come together to explore future professional practice December
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists honours Monash researcher November
International collaboration to develop inhaled form of oxytocin to manage bleeding after childbirth in developing countries September
A multi-million dollar fight to save women's lives September
Kirstie Galbraith awarded for leadership in pharmacy education September
Lifetime Achievement award for Monash scientist and Dean September
New centre set to trigger Australia's medical technology revolution August
Monash receives two Australian Laureate Fellowships August
"Dimmer switch" drug idea may tackle schizophrenia August
"Worm pill" could treat autoimmune diseases August
Nobel prize winner honoured at Parkville August
Free buses for visitors to Open Day August
Student combines sports and pharmacy August
Diabetes conference comes to Melbourne July
Novel approach to help smokers July
Monash research on the agenda at White House meeting July
Student success rewarded July
MIPS researchers among the world's most influential June
Unlocking milk's formula could save lives June
2014 rankings reinforce Faculty's world-class recognition June
PhD student named Victorian Young Achiever May
A $9.8 million fight against superbugs April
World's top Pharmaceutical Scientists come to Melbourne April
NatRUM launches key findings from an audit of medicine collections from Australian pharmacies March
New hope for heart-attack patients March
Reducing asthma risks for pregnant women February
Monash Warwick Alliance professor accumulates awards February