Melbourne secondary students to be part of long-term study into sleep, body clock, mood, and academic performance
Adolescence is a crucial time for brain and social development, yet it is also a time when a teen’s body clock naturally becomes later, causing their sleep patterns to change substantially.
Stand for Young Australians
Each February, thousands of people across Australia give up alcohol, sugar or another vice to raise vital funds for young people experiencing serious disadvantage.
The Vice Chancellor's Excellence Awards 2021
Turner Institute leaders have been recognised for their exceptional contributions to Monash University at this year’s Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Awards.
Turner Institute Researchers & Students Awards
We extended our warm congratulations to our students and researchers from the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, and Monash School of Psychological Sciences, who have received awards at the Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society (ACNS
CALD communities the focus of research into PTSD treatments
New research aims to tailor more effective treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Anxiety symptoms may be early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease
New research suggests that anxiety symptoms in late-middle-aged adults may be an indicator of the earliest stage of Alzheimer’s disease.
Huntington's Disease Mapping Registry Established
People in Australia affected by Huntington’s Disease – a rare familial neurodegenerative condition – are being invited to take part in a national mapping program to improve understanding and enhance treatment options. The program
Very preterm babies at higher risk of some mental health disorders
Babies born very preterm or with a very low body weight have a higher chance of developing mental health issues such as autism, ADHD or anxiety, according to new research.