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Now more than ever, the world depends on researchers and scientists to solve what has become the defining global emergency of our time. Monash researchers are responding to the immediate complex global challenges arising from the pandemic, as well as long-term multidisciplinary solutions across health, economics, policy, technology, environment and society.

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Aspirin use linked to gastrointestinal bleeding in elderly

A new study analysing data from the landmark ASPREE trial has found that prolonged daily aspirin use increases the risk of gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding by at least 60 per cent in people aged 70 and over.

Medicine & health 12 August 2020

New COVID-19 drug trial could help people recover faster

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Researchers from The Alfred and Monash University to trial new antiviral medication that could help clear COVID-19 more quickly.

Medicine & health 8 August 2020

Pride Cup tackles homophobia in sport, but discriminatory language is still foul

Research by Monash University and VicHealth shows that while significant progress has been made, homophobic language is still prevalent in Australian community sport.

Sport 7 August 2020

Monash tops the field with over $13 million for future fellowships

Monash University researchers have been awarded over $13 million in Future Fellowships which will be used to drive innovation and facilitate industry collaboration to meet important commercial challenges.

University news 30 July 2020
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Quality research use vital to get through current 'infodemic'

Misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on quality research evidence and use, a new project by Monash University has found.

Learning & teaching 30 July 2020
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