Biting into Healthier Eating Choices
New research at Monash University aims to uncover the cognitive and emotional processes behind why people make unhealthy eating choices, and discover more effective treatments to reduce obesity.
Dean's Award for Excellence Winners Announced
Two Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health leaders have been recognised for their important roles supervising the next generation of researchers in this year’s Dean’s Awards for the Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Faculty.
Dr Tracey Sletten Named as Keynote Speaker for 2022 World Sleep Congress
Congratulations to the Turner Institute researcher Dr Tracey Sletten who will be a Keynote Speaker at the prestigious 16th World Sleep Congress to be held in Rome next year.
Winners of The 2021 Turner Institute Consumer and Community Involvement Awards announced
The 2021 Turner Institute Consumer and Community Involvement Awards winners have been chosen, with each of the recipients entitled to $2000 to support community engagement activities.
Natural Light may be Key to Improving Mood and Reducing Insomnia
A new study has revealed that getting enough natural sunlight each day can impact a person’s mood and sleep quality.
BetterBrains trial to help prevent dementia
Can targeted lifestyle changes help prevent declines in thinking and memory in middle-aged Australians with a family history of dementia?
Monash Thrive Next Phase
The Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health is leading the development of the next phases of the Monash Thrive program to improve mental health outcomes for our students.Monash Thrive aims to improve the mental health,
R U OK?
Our mental health experts share insights on R U OK? Day - the second year it will be held during a COVID-19 lockdown period in Victoria that has forced people into isolation.
New research into sleep disruption aims to make emergency workers safer
New research being undertaken by Monash University’s Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health aims to discover if sleep disruptions from shift work are detrimental to the performance and decision-making of emergency workers.