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Congratulations to Associate Professor Andrea Collevecchio on his new appointment as Research Director for the Monash Data Futures Institute (MDFI).
Hypertension—high blood pressure—is a leading cause of death worldwide.
Four out of five hypertensive patients have uncontrolled blood pressure despite clinical and lifestyle therapy, suggesting new approaches are needed.
International research led by Monash University biologists has identified a new way to explore how changing diets may help alleviate disease symptoms - particularly for individuals with disorders that affect how protein is metabolised.
Monash University researchers have demonstrated a new, counterintuitive way to protect atomically-thin electronics – adding vibrations, to reduce vibrations.
For the third consecutive year, Monash University has topped all Australian universities in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Ideas Grants, receiving more than $41 million across 37 projects.