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Rachel Leihy, PhD Student
Use your curious and creative mind to analyse and interpret data. Discover the hows and whys of our world.
Genetics/genomics, ecology, evolution, plant sciences and zoology. Use your love of biology to make the world a better place.
Current Honours Projects
Create the future you want to live in.
Whether you think global or local, a PhD helps you make an impact on your community. See our Academic Prospectus for research projects.
We have research strengths in three broad discipline areas:
Other research areas include: The Centre for Geometric Biology
See our New Research Prospectus to find out what our researchers are currently working on.
We are dedicated to excellence in teaching and providing a first class, international education to students from all around the world.
Contrary to popular belief not all canines are created equally.
Congratulations to Dr Victoria Blair and Dr Jeremy Barr on being named 2021 Victorian Tall Poppy Award winners, which recognise the outstanding work of early career researchers.
A new study led by Monash University researchers, published today in Current Biology, reveals when and why purple-crowned fairy-wrens will defend others from predators.
All organisms must eat to sustain themselves, but some more so than others.
An international study led by Monash University scientists has found that giant centipedes, growing up to 23 cm long, are predators of seabirds, suggesting that the arthropod has a key role to play in ecosystem dynamics.